Workers Legal Services

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Towards Justice

Towards Justice

Towards Justice is a nonprofit law firm that seeks to advance economic justice through impact litigation, strategic policy advocacy, and capacity building.

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Towards Justice provides free and confidential legal case analysis.

  • Not paid for work?
  • Are there barriers from your employer to you moving from one job to another?
  • Did your employer lie or mislead you about the work you are doing, how much you make or what the working conditions at your job are like?
  • Do you feel as if you cannot leave your job?
  • Has your employer told you not to talk about your wages with your co-workers?
  • Think you’ve been subject to other predatory practices as a worker or consumer?

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Want to learn more?

For further guidance feel free to visit Towards Justice’s website or give them a call and talk to someone directly.

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