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!
Catalyst Partner Government Accountability Project (GAP) Announces Event: “Working with Whistleblowers: A Sunshine Week Training for Public Interest Advocates”
Catalyst Partner Government Accountability Project (GAP) is holding a training event entitled “Working with Whistleblowers: A Sunshine Week Training for Public Interest Advocates” on Thursday, March 15, 2018.
Catalyst Partner Public Rights Project Announces Inaugural Fellowship Class: Public Rights Project Fellowship
Public Rights Project is currently accepting applications for its first cohort of fellows to work in a state or city law office .
Yale Law Announces Justice Catalyst—Robert M. Cover Fellowship in the Veterans Legal Services Clinic
Yale Law School’s VLSC is currently accepting an application for the Justice Catalyst—Robert M. Cover Fellowship
Yale Law Announces Justice Catalyst—Robert M. Cover Fellowship in the Worker & Immigrant Rights Advocacy Clinic
Yale Law School’s WIRAC is currently accepting an application for the Justice Catalyst—Robert M. Cover Fellowship
The Labor Bureau at the AG’s office, including Catalyst Fellow Tavi Unger files case for unpaid wages.
LA City Attorney Files Misclassification Case Against Port Truckers