The Foundation for Improvement of Justice is a private, not-for-profit organization founded in 1984 for the purpose of recognizing innovative individuals or organizations who have successfully impacted the civil or criminal justice system in the United States. Every year up to 10 nominees from across the U.S. are honored for their accomplishments by receiving the Paul H. Chapman Award which includes a medal and a $10,000 check. (This is not a grant program.)

The Foundation is currently seeking nominees for the Paul H. Chapman Award.