New Employment Law Clinic for Low-Wage Workers to Open in Fresno
Central California Legal Services (CCLS), Legal Aid Society–Employment Law Center, and Lang, Richert & Patch, with support from the Mexican Consulate in Fresno, Team Up to Provide Free Legal Services in Central Valley.
The CCLS/Legal Aid Workers’ Rights Clinic devoted to the employment issues of low-wage workers will open its doors at 2115 Kern Street, Suite 1, in downtown Fresno on April 18. It will run from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. People in need of assistance may either call 559-570-1200 to make an appointment or come to the office during those hours.
Founded by Central California Legal Services (CCLS), Legal Aid Society–Employment Law Center (Legal Aid), with the support of the local law firm of Lang, Richert & Patch, and the Consulate of Mexico in Fresno, the Clinic,—the first of this collaborative in the Central Valley—will provide free legal assistance to low-wage workers who are subjected to illegal practices on the job.