Advocacy  [ad·vo·ca·cy] noun, plural advocacies.  1.  The act of pleading for, supporting, or recommending; active espousal:

                               He was known for his advocacy of states’ rights.

At Stafne Law Advocacy & Consulting we offer a new type of advocacy called Full Spectrum.  What is that, you might ask?  Well, full spectrum advocacy is an integration of strategies, methods and actions to achieve social, political and economic justice for individuals, communities and organizations. Full spectrum advocacy acknowledges that legal action in courts is often the least effective route to secure fair enforcement of laws and/or obtain justice.  We believe that by utilizing this method, we can achieve a better outcome.  

If you are looking for a new approach to achieve your goals, give us a call and we can discuss with you some alternatives.