Our Legal System is Rigged, &

Working People Pay the Price

Conservative and corporate interests have spent decades building a legal system that works for the wealthy and the powerful, not the people. It’s going to take deep, hard organizing work—a true movement dedicated to real justice, within and outside of our legal system—in order to build a better future. Will you join us?

About Us

People’s Parity Project is a movement of attorneys and law students organizing for a democratized legal system which values people over profits, builds the power of working people, and opposes subordination of anyform.

Together, we are dismantling a profession that upholds corporate power and building a legal system that is a force for justice and equity.

Our work focuses on building power for working people in the civil legal system through organizing, policy innovation, political education, and solidarity.


Bringing together lawyers and law students from around the country to unrig the law.


Doing the organizing and strategic short- and long-term advocacy needed to build a legal system that works for the people.


Building the power of the people at all levels of our democracy.

Upcoming Events

Register Now: 2024 Convening

This summer, law students, attorneys, and legal advocates from around the country are joining together to unf*ck the law. From June 28–30, 2024, People’s Parity Project (PPP) will convene our […]

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28 Jun

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PPP on a Podcast: How to Fight Back

PPP on a Podcast: How to Fight Back

In part four of 5-4's series on the Federalist Society, PPP's Executive Director Molly Coleman spoke about where the legal left has gone wrong in the past, and PPP's current work to challenge the corporate capture of the legal system. "On the left, we've spent a lot...

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Impact of Judges Professional Backgrounds on Eviction Outcomes

Impact of Judges Professional Backgrounds on Eviction Outcomes

Today, the People’s Parity Project released a report assessing the impact of judges' professional backgrounds on outcomes in eviction cases, finding statistically significant differences in average renter outcomes depending on judges' legal experience. Additionally,...

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