Trainings From: Legal Aid at Work

Legal Aid at Work promotes the stability of low-income and disadvantaged workers and their families by addressing issues that affect their ability to achieve self-sufficiency. Legal Aid at Work has four main strategies for delivering services: free clinics and helplines, free legal info, litigation and public advocacy.  Several areas of their work include: leaves of absence and parenting while working, gender equity & LGBT rights, racial equity and affirmative action, wage protection, unemployment insurance appeals, discrimination based on disability, immigration, language, and national origin, and workers’ rights clinics.