How We Work

With generous support from the legal community, grant makers, foundations, and other donors, we provide free legal services in four main ways:

Free legal info, fact sheets

We offer know-your-rights trainings, 100-plus fact sheets, other online resources.

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Clinics, helplines

We provide individualized legal advice and help, by phone and in person.

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Litigation

We bring class and individual actions, limited representation, impact litigation.

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Policy advocacy

We draft and promote laws and policies to strengthen civil and workplace rights.

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The people we serve

Our comprehensive approach strengthens civil and employment rights and enables our clients to exercise those rights.

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Most Recent News

Less than half of surveyed California high schools are reporting as required on girls’ opportunities to play sports, according to a new report from Legal Aid at Work. And the information that has been posted shows significant gaps — even...

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SAN FRANCISCO (Thurs., June 22) — The Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals issued a landmark ruling today in favor of Jose Arias, a dairy worker who had sued his former employer’s attorney alleging retaliation under the Fair Labor Standards...

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Page Summary

This is the home page of the website of Legal Aid at Work. We provide free legal services to low-income people. Our four types of services include individualized advice and counsel; information and other resources that we offer online and in person; representation in court and in administrative hearings; and advocacy for changes in local, state, and federal laws and for changes in employers' policies. Please click on any of the boxes above to learn more about a particular aspect of our work or how we serve a particular group of people.

California-based Legal Aid At Work (formerly known as Legal Aid Society-Employment Law Center) is not in any way officially or unofficially affiliated or associated with or authorized, sponsored, or endorsed by, or connected with Legal Aid Works (formerly known as Rappahannock Legal Services, Inc.), which provides free legal services in Virginia.

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