PPP Book Club: Allow Me to Retort by Elie Mystal

Join us on Wednesday evenings at 6:30 p.m. ET from June 8 to July 6 for a shared reading of Elie Mystal's Allow Me to Retort. Looking for a way to stay engaged with fellow progressive lawyers and law students? Join us for our book club! For our first book, we will be reading Allow […]

Apply to be a PPP Leadership Fellow

The People’s Parity Project is thrilled to announce the launch of its inaugural Leadership Fellows cohort! PPP will be launching a pilot program during the 2022–23 academic year in which 5–10 rising 2Ls on law school campuses across the country are selected to join the first cohort of PPP Leadership Fellows. This is an anticipated […]

Registration CLOSED: 2022 Convening

Eaton Hotel 1201 K Street NW, Washington, DC, DC, United States

This summer, law students, attorneys, and legal advocates from around the country are joining together to unf*ck the law. From July 8-10, 2022, People’s Parity Project (PPP) will convene our progressive community for three days of policy deep dives, skills trainings, and networking sessions — all dedicated to growing the movement of legal professionals committed […]

New York Court of Appeals Organizing Call

On Monday, July 11th, Chief Judge Janet DiFiore of the New York Court of Appeals announced her intent to step down from the role at the end of August. This unexpected vacancy presents an opportunity to fill the seat with a true progressive champion, to shift the balance of power on the Court of Appeals […]

No-CI: Pathways to Public Interest Law Careers

Planning a public interest career but feeling the pressure from your law school to go to OCI anyway? Let some awesome public interest lawyers ease your mind! The corporate focus of many law schools can leave public interest students adrift and doubting themselves, but there are great ways to stay focused and get involved in […]

Organizing Training

Want to learn base building, power mapping, campaign planning, and other skills to strengthen your organizing work? Join People's Parity Project and Law Students for Climate Accountability for a remote organizing training for law students and attorneys from experienced professionals at Rising Organizers. Register using the form below, and admission is free! This remote training […]

Federal Court Reform: What Comes Next?

Once the dust has settled after the election, you may be wondering, what are our options for court reform in a new Congress? Hear from experts in the field about options for reforming the courts and take a deep dive on disempowering reforms and learn how we can take action as a community to return […]

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 what we need to see moving forward. The Building a Better Bench webinar will be a panel discussion about the importance of professional diversity in […]

Connecticut Judicial Nominations Town Hall

Governor Lamont recently released his first class of Superior Court nominees, and they will receive a public hearing in the General Assembly's Judiciary Committee on Friday, April 21, 2023. Join the Connecticut Pro-People Judiciary Coalition for a remote town hall discussion to learn more about the nominees and how you can express your support or […]

PSLF Training

Student loan payments will begin again in September, thanks to this week’s bipartisan debt ceiling deal — sticking us with massive monthly bills after three years of loans on pause. Worse still, the right-wing Supreme Court is poised to strike down student-debt cancellation this June, taking tens of thousands of dollars out of our pockets […]

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 law.

Chicago Happy Hour for Blue Slip Reform

For the last two years, blue slips have been used to slow down judicial nominations and confirmations. Even worse, they’ve been used to ensure that many judicial vacancies have gone unfilled, leaving millions of people without adequate access to justice. While Senators Schumer, Durbin, and other leaders have confirmed historic nominees, Senate Republicans must not […]