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Join Our Team: Now Hiring a State Courts Manager

Join Our Team: Now Hiring a State Courts Manager

We are no longer considering applications for this position. The People’s Parity Project (PPP) seeks a creative, self-motivated, and strategic State Courts Manager to join a growing team and manage the organization’s work to build state courts that serve as venues for...

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Organizing Training

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...

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Meet the 2024 PPP Leadership Fellows

Meet the 2024 PPP Leadership Fellows

The legal profession has long been captured by corporate interests. As a result, we have a legal system built to serve those same interests, rather than the everyday people most in need of justice. This corporate capture begins as soon as law students arrive on...

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No-CI: Pathways to Public Interest Law Careers

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...

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On the Air: Re-rigging the Justice System in Favor of Equity

On the Air: Re-rigging the Justice System in Favor of Equity

PPP's own Tristin Brown and Steve Kennedy appeared on the Hartford Times podcast to discuss re-rigging the justice system in favor of equity. PPP's @trisquire and @skennedy2504 chatted state courts on "Make Change Happen with Steven Hernández" — check it out!...

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In the News: Pro Bono Is Broken

In the News: Pro Bono Is Broken

PPP's own Steve Kennedy writes for Balls & Strikes: For firms, highlighting their pro bono work burnishes their reputations with current and prospective clients, and helps recruit lawyers and law students who hope to serve their communities while still bringing...

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Just learned that one of our major local law firms that is prominently featured as a sponsor of bar association events and legal aid organizations spends its days defending major corporations against veterans' mesothelioma claims. Love this for us

Funding for the NLRB has been static since 2014, even as petitions to form a union are up 58% in 2022 compared with 2021.

If we don't fully fund the NLRB, the laws that protect unionizing workers go unenforced. Tell your senators that's unacceptable: https://actionnetwork.org/letters/fund-the-nlrb/

No serious person can believe that firms that make their money by defending corporations who destroy the environment and exploit workers are hostile to conservatism - they are its main defenders.

"What the Court of Appeals does affects the same sweep of life and law that the Supreme Court does. Courts like this need diversity of experience. They need judges in their collective who come in with different sensitivities and appreciations." https://spectrumlocalnews.com/nys/central-ny/ny-state-of-politics/2022/11/29/hochul-s-chief-judge-pick-will-be-closely-watched

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