May 1 is Law Day, a celebration to honor the “liberty, justice and equality under law which our forefathers bequeathed” to the United States. Although they are often the butt of some pretty bad jokes, the truth is that we wouldn’t have a country of laws without lawyers. Our films often tell the story of lawyers committed to promoting justice and equality. And they include interviews with some of the most socially committed lawyers of our times–from Bryan Stevenson, who fights for justice for America’s poor and incarcerated, David Boies and Ted Olson who are leading the legal efforts to legalize gay marriage, to Jim Doyle, a personal injury attorney who took a personal injury case all the way to the Supreme Court to help end racial discrimination in the jury selection process. Learn more about Mr. Doyle and his client Thaddeus Edmonson’s fight for equality by watching our film, Jury Selection: Edmonson v. Leesville. Or be inspired by Bryan Stevenson, David Boies, and Ted Olson’s committment to social justice: Mr. Stevenson can be seen in our films on the right to counsel and jury selection; and Mr. Boies and Mr. Olson have appeared in our films on the writing of the Constitution (in fact, 35 of the 55 delegates at the Constitutional convention were lawyers) and the Bill of Rights.