What you should know
The public has a right to know about the government’s operations. The landmark Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) enables Americans to learn about government activities and hold it accountable for its actions. But the government doesn't always implement the law correctly, so we must defend FOIA in the courts while working with Congress to expand and improve the law.
What you can do
We defend the Freedom of Information Act in the courts and fight in the halls of Congress to close loopholes in the law and expand access to government information.
Freedom of Information Act Resources
We represent a wide variety of organizations and individuals seeking to obtain information under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).
Supreme Court Assistance Project
Our lawyers have experience litigating at every level of the judicial system and expertise on a wide range of public-interest issues.