The New York Times recently profiled the founders of People’s Parity Project, a Justice Catalyst partner organization connecting law students and new attorneys to unrig the legal system and work towards a justice system valuing people over profits.
Alexis Bay, a ’20-’21 Justice Catalyst Fellow at Texas Civil Rights Project, spoke at a rally hosted by LUPE criticizing the Trump administration and the border wall’s impact on migrants and South Texas residents.
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.