Through our pro bono programs, attorneys have the opportunity to volunteer with WDP's Employment & Legal Services Program, as well as our Research & Policy Program. Through our Employment & Legal Services Program, attorneys will directly represent low-wage workers in a wide range of labor and employment claims, including but not limited to wage theft, workplace injury, retaliation, and discrimination cases.
Workers Defense Project
To volunteer, contact:
Volunteer Coordinator Contact Needed
534 W. 10th St.
Area(s) of Law:
Labor & Employment
Special Populations Served:
Victims of crime
Opportunities to represent clients in court, administrative hearings, or other venues:
Community outreach and education
Intake and screening
Pro se assistance
Opportunities well-suited for a group to work on together (for example: several lawyers from one firm or legal department):
Training provided for volunteers:
Mentorship or supervision provided for volunteers:
Staff attorney mentor
Staff monitors progress of case
Malpractice coverage provided for volunteers:
Translation/interpretation provided for volunteers:
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