By Joan M. Graff, president of Legal Aid at Work The Trump administration got straight to work trying to wipe out history and civil rights. Within moments of the inauguration, it removed the database of enforcement cases from the U.S....Learn More
How We Work
With generous support from the legal community, grant makers, foundations and other donors, Legal Aid at Work ensures access to justice and economic opportunity using four strategies. Here’s how:
Free legal info, fact sheets
We offer know-your-rights trainings, 100-plus fact sheets, other online resources.
We provide individualized legal advice and help, by phone and in person.
We bring class and individual actions, limited representation, impact litigation.
We draft and promote laws and policies to strengthen civil and workplace rights.
The people we serve
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Most Recent News
The health, safety, and financial security of low-wage workers are at greater risk than ever as the new administration threatens to unravel decades of civil rights and labor laws. Our New Year's message to our dear clients, colleagues, board members,...Learn More
No one's rights under federal or California law have changed as a result of the election. Here's a PDF flyer we've created in Spanish, Chinese and English. (If PDFs are not accessible to you, you can also find it here.) The same text...Learn More