Interested in ending coercive contracting? In unrigging the legal system? In fighting harassment and discrimination in the workplace? Or just interested in finding out what all those words mean? Join the People’s Parity Project and join our fight to make the law work for everyone—not just the powerful!
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The heart of PPP is our chapters on over a dozen law school campuses from Hartford, Connecticut, to St. Louis, Missouri, to San Antonio, Texas. If PPP has a chapter near you, the best way to get more involved is by showing up! Email us or fill out the form if you're interested in starting a chapter on your campus or in your community.
PPP recently launched our first lawyers chapters to bring our organizing experience to practicing attorneys and give our graduates opportunities to keep working for change after law school. Lawyers chapters are a great opportunity to engage in organizing and advocacy work in your cities and states to unrig the law and help build a justice system that works for all people. If you are interested in more info, email us or fill out the form if you're interested in starting a chapter on your campus or in your community.