The Justice Catalyst activates path-breaking approaches to social justice lawyering that have real-world impact and improve the lives of those denied access to justice.
The Justice Catalyst takes on social justice issues that fall between the cracks of traditional advocacy models, by connecting advocates with diverse specialties and applying a cross-disciplinary approach to the law.
The Justice Catalyst administers one-year, potentially renewable, project-based fellowships for graduating law students, or students completing a post-graduation clerkship, to support innovative public interest work at non-profit organizations. Learn more and apply today!
Justice Catalyst and Nonprofit Coalition Demand Colorado Motor Vehicle Dealer Board address fix model sales contracts
A coalition of nonprofit consumer-advocacy and public-interest organizations submitted a letter to the Colorado Motor Vehicle Dealer Board on Thursday, January 24 demanding that the board take action to cease an abusive tactic employed by the Colorado auto dealer...
Insurance Companies Conspired to Inflate Bail Bond Premiums Contends Lawsuit Brought by Justice Catalyst Law, Lieff Cabraser, Public Counsel, National Consumer Law Center, and Towards Justice
Suit filed on behalf of thousands of Californians alleges conspiracy in the bail industry to fix prices and inflate bail bond premiums, making it more difficult for people to afford bail
Catalyst Board Member & Public Justice Attorney Jennifer Bennett Secures Historic Workers’ Rights Victory at Supreme Court
Jennifer Bennett had help from top-notch attorneys at Public Justice, Fair Work Law, and Andrew Schmidt from Towards Justice.
Justice Catalyst Fellow Liza Weisberg writes about the ACLU-NJ’s newly released report on the use of civil asset forfeiture and suggests what states should do next to reform the system.
Justice Catalyst Fellow Ramya Sekaran to Speak on Upcoming Webinar, “Signing Your Rights Away: Coercive waivers in the workplace and how attorneys and advocates can fight back”
Ramya Sekaran, Justice Catalyst Fellow at the National Women’s Law Center, will be presenting on the rise of employers using coercive waivers to skirt responsibility by asking workers to sign their rights away in the workplace.
Justice Catalyst Fellow David Nahmias Introduces Impact LGBTQ: Impact Fund’s Newest Initiative for Social Justice
Justice Catalyst Fellow David Nahmias writes about ‘Impact LGBTQ,’ a new and innovative project at the Impact Fund to increase access to justice for low-wage LGBTQ workers in California.