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We’re not going to litigate our way out of our current crisis. But throwing our hands up won’t get us anywhere either. It’s going to take deep, hard organizing work—a true movement dedicated to real justice, within and outside of our legal system. Will you join us?

About Us

The People’s Parity Project is made up of law students and attorneys organizing nationwide to end how the legal profession—and the law itself—enables injustice.

We are committed to demystifying and dismantling the coercive legal tools that allow the powerful to get away with violating workers’ rights, ripping off consumers, and shielding corporations and the courts from accountability.


Collect information about how the legal system enables injustice to educate our communities.


Identify and implement best practices to improve how we address pervasive problems.


Use our collective voice in the legal profession to make the law work for everyone, not just the powerful.

Upcoming Events

Building a Better Bench

Building a Better Bench

At 1:00 p.m. ET/10:00 a.m. PT on Thursday, February 9th, join PPP and our featured speakers for a conversation on the first two year's of President Biden's judicial nominations and […]

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09 February 2023
PPP Convening 2023

PPP Convening 2023

Save the date for next year's Convening from July 7-9, 2023! We'll gather in Washington, DC, to build community, learn from incredible speakers, and plan campaigns to continue unf*cking the […]

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07 July 2023

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REPORT: Building a Better Bench

REPORT: Building a Better Bench

Today, the People's Parity Project released a report assessing the first two years' of President Biden's judicial nominations, and making key recommendations for the years to come. You can view the full report here. In recent years, the question of what role federal...

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Request for Proposals: Organizational Development Consultant

Request for Proposals: Organizational Development Consultant

The People’s Parity Project seeks to retain an experienced Organizational Development Consultant for up to three months to lead our Executive Director and Board of Directors in assessing the organization’s strategic plan, current programs, and long-term capacity,...

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The North Carolina Supreme Court has taken the unprecedented step of agreeing to rehear two crucial voting rights cases they decided recently (43 days ago, in one case). Justice Earls calls it a “display of raw partisanship” and a “power grab.” https://electionlawblog.org/wp-content/uploads/412855.pdf

Another day, another #SCOTUS ethics scandal. 👀 "The chief justice’s wife, Jane Sullivan Roberts, has made millions in her career recruiting lawyers to prominent law firms, some of which have business before the court." https://www.nytimes.com/2023/01/31/us/john-roberts-jane-sullivan-roberts.html

The @PeoplesParity Project released a report assessing the first two years’ of President Biden’s judicial nominations. We’re STILL FIGHTING to see a federal judiciary that works for the people! Check out the report here: https://seiu.co/40julwG

.@TowardsJustice is committed to helping workers fight employer-driven debt that strips them of their bargaining power and shifts the costs of doing business from corporations onto workers. Read this piece about our most recent case:


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