Study Break + Dobbs Debrief

For the law students in our community, you're invited to a Study Break + Dobbs Debrief. We’ll have an open Zoom room and a community of folks to process the events of this week with.

Law School & Omicron: Law Student Open Vent Session

How is your school handling Omicron? How is COVID impacting your legal career? What needs to change? Join fellow law students from around the country to chat about what it means to be a law student in the time of COVID. Register here!

Supreme Court Organizing Call

Last week, Justice Stephen Breyer announced he would retire from the Supreme Court, giving President Biden an opportunity to fulfill his campaign pledge to nominate the first Black woman to the Supreme Court. While the president reiterated that pledge last week, we know that our work is only just beginning. We need to ensure that […]

Pitch Perfect: PPP Op-Ed Training

Join us at 10:00 a.m. ET on March 12th for a training on how to write and place an effective op-ed. There's a lot going on when it comes to the American judiciary. In less than two weeks, confirmation hearings for Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, the first Black woman nominated to the Supreme Court, will begin. It's […]

KBJ Hearings: Virtual Watch Parties with PPP

Filled with rage as Ted Cruz rewrites history during the confirmation hearing for Judge Jackson? Wish you were with people who shared your excitement for *Justice* Jackson? Starting on Day Two of the confirmation hearing, you can be! We'll be livestreaming & chatting the next two days of questioning—join us! You can stay all day […]

PPP Chapter Information Session

Considering starting a People's Parity Project chapter on your campus? Interested in learning more about our chapters are doing in their communities? Join us for our spring chapter information session! PPP is the leading organizer of law students interested in unrigging the legal system and building a justice system that works for people instead of […]

Celebrate Justice Jackson Rally

Supreme Court Washington, DC, United States

This Friday, April 8, beginning at 4:00 PM ET, civil rights organizations will host a major celebration of the historic confirmation of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson as the next associate justice to the Supreme Court of the United States. The celebration follows weeks of on-going rallies, digital actions, petition deliveries, and watch parties across the […]

Open Debrief: The End of Roe and What Comes Next

Join the PPP team and progressive lawyers and law students from around the country on the evening of May 4th in an open space to process and debrief the Supreme Court's leaked draft opinion overturning Roe v. Wade. We aren’t planning a formal program, but will have space for law students and lawyers to check in, […]

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 […]