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 Law, a nonprofit law firm, is investigating claims that emergency rooms and anesthesiology practices often over-bill uninsured or out-of-network patients across the country.
We’re proud to partner with Worth Rises, an organization that uncovers the private actors profiting from mass incarceration and works to dismantle the system upholding the carceral state. The report is available here.
Maya Ragsdale, a ’20-’21 Justice Catalyst Fellow working at Dream Defenders, was named Best Activist in the Miami New Times’ “Best of 2020” list.
Justice Catalyst is proud to announce its 2020 – 2021 fellowship projects. The projects will be housed at a variety of public interest organizations around the country, carrying out Justice Catalyst’s mission of activating path-breaking approaches to social justice lawyering.
We’re investigating reports of anesthesiology groups over-billing out-of-network patients. If you received a surprise bill for anesthesia services, we want to hear from you!
Are you a current or former Amway Independent Business Owner in California? We’d love to talk with you. You deserve a legal wage!
Justice Catalyst Law just signed on to an open letter led by Public Rights Project from public interest legal organizations supporting diploma privilege and invites you to do the same.
Millions of people are saddled with medical debt every year and medical debt is the leading cause of bankruptcy in the United States. Justice Catalyst Law’s suit alleges that TeamHealth contributes to the medical debt crisis by billing more than it can legally collect in court.