NCFM’s lawsuit against the Selective Service System scheduled for oral arguments


Oral argument in NCFM v Selective Service will be on March 3, 2020 at Tulane University in New Orleans, in the morning session. Sometimes courts of appeal send their interesting public interest cases to law schools or universities for students to watch, like when they sent our attorney and Vice-President Marc Angelucci to the University of Southern California (USC) School of Law to argue a landmark paternity fraud case, which helped change paternity laws in California by providing a legal escape window for cock-holded men. Mr. Angelucci is our attorney for our Selective Service case too. We anticipate a positive outcome in New Orleans.

We have other potential cases, but they are expensive to take on and we can use all the financial support we can get. Unlike similar organizations that only help women we take no government funds, none; and, never have. While we are a men’s human rights organization we do not discriminate based on gender. Our work helps all of us.

If you want to help us continue to help you make the world a better place for all of us, you can donate here (DONATE) and become a member (JOIN NCFM) here.

You can watch the video about this effort by clicking on the picture above or clicking here (VIDEO):

Thank you.

Harry Crouch
President, NCFM

NCFM’s Lawsuit against the Selective Service System scheduled for oral arguments