Overbearing corporate power constitutes the greatest threat to a thriving working society, a genuine democracy, and a habitable planet. Overmatched workers see their wages suppressed and stolen, and their lives dictated and controlled by massive employers who are unaccountable to them. Consumers see their options shrink as they are pulled into unequal engagement with vast enterprises, and bound by contracts which forfeit their rights. A handful of enormous corporations wield extraordinary power over the political and legal systems, further entrenching that very power. In a time of global inequality, with current systems driving us towards an increasingly uninhabitable planet, these dynamics constitute a genuine crisis.

Each of these problems is exacerbated when a handful of corporations dominate a market, reducing competition and empowering their worst practices, often in clear violation of antitrust law and principles. Justice Catalyst supports efforts to enforce competition and antitrust law, beginning to level the playing field and give workers, consumers, and the planet a fighting chance.

Aidan Graybill
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Aidan Graybill is a 2021-2022 Justice Catalyst/Public Rights Project Joint Fellow at the Navajo Nation Department of Justice addressing predatory student lending affecting Navajo Nation.

Allie Brudney
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Allie Brudney is a 2019-2020 Justice Catalyst Fellow at the Corporate Accountability Lab working on issues relating to business and human rights.

American Economic Liberties Project

The American Economic Liberties Project works help translate the intellectual victories of the anti-monopoly movement into momentum towards concrete, wide-ranging policy changes that begin to address today’s crisis of concentrated economic power

Danny Wilf-Townsend
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Danny Wilf-Townsend is a 2018-2019 Justice Catalyst Fellow at Gupta Wessler focusing on class actions and constitutional litigation for public-interest clients in appellate and complex litigation.

The Economic Security Project's Anti-Monopoly Fund aims to create meaningful structural change in or economy and use civi power to check private power that has fueled inequality for half a century.

F.A.R.M.

Farm Animal Rights Movement advocates for animal rights and veganism.

Family Farm Action Alliance

Family Farm Action Alliance is working to build a sustainable, inclusive economy in which everyone has the right to share in the prosperity they help build and that respects our land, natural resources, and neighbors around the world.

Fighting Corporate Power

Justice Catalyst supports efforts to enforce competition and antitrust law, beginning to level the playing field and give workers, consumers, and the planet a fighting chance.

Global Labor Justice-International Labor Rights Forum

GLJ-ILRF holds global corporations accountable for labor rights violations in their supply chains; advances policies and laws that protect decent work and just migration; and strengthens freedom of association, new forms of bargaining, and worker organizations.

Gupta Wessler PLLC

Gupta Wessler PLLC is a national litigation boutique. It handles high-stakes controversies in the U.S. Supreme Court and courts across the country, approaching each matter with a fresh perspective, a bird’s-eye view of the law, and a strategic sense of

Harvard Plaintiffs' Law Association

HPLA exists to support law students looking to become plaintiff-side attorneys who will represent the interests of victims, advocate for consumers’ rights and equal access to justice, and ensure that any person who is injured by the misconduct or negligence

Jordan Brewington
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Jordan Brewington is a 2021-2022 Justice Catalyst Fellow at the ACLU of Louisiana advocating for reparative justice and environmental justice for descendants of the enslaved being exploited by the plantation tourism industry and poisoned by the petrochemical industry.

The Open Markets Institute works to address threats to democracy, individual liberties, and national security from today's unprecedented levels of corporate concentration and monopoly power.

Public Justice

Public Justice fights to protect consumers, employees, civil rights and the environment.

Sejal Singh
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Sejal Singh is a 2020-2021 Justice Catalyst Fellow at Public Citizen using FOIA and APA litigation to combat corporate power and hold the Administration accountable.

Towards Justice

Towards Justice seeks to advance economic justice through impact litigation, strategic policy, advocacy, and capacity building.

Winston Berkman
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Winston Berkman is a 2018-2019 Justice Catalyst Fellow at New York Legal Assistance Group using affirmative litigation in their consumer protection and foreclosure unit.