Here you will find non-profit and membership organizations devoted to employment law. Employment law covers nearly all areas of the employer-employee relationship, including hiring, termination, wages, hours, equal employment opportunity (discrimination), and human resource policy and practice.
Offering committee reports, meeting materials, "The Labor Lawyer" journal, calendar of events, and discussion groups for section members.
Includes member list, links to resources including how to find out information about an employer.
Occupational safety and health employment law information. Affiliated with AFL-CIO.
Makes small grants to cover specific employment court case expenses, such as depositions, expert witnesses, and the printing of appellate records and briefs. Information of applying for a grant and donating to the fund.
Advocates for low-wage workers in the Washington D.C. metropolitan area. Provides online know your rights information about D.C., Maryland and Virginia employment law.
Legal summaries, member list, and description of legislative and pro bono work.
Includes member list and Florida legal links.
Expertise in the WARN Act regarding the employment law of plant closures and layoffs. Also works on living wage law enforcement.
Includes member list.
Legal services for low-income workers throughout the Bay Area. Numerous fact sheets on the rights of California workers.
Washington D.C. area chapter. Information about membership, legislation and a members-only brief bank.
Includes member list and information on legal briefs (friend of the court) they have filed in Minnesota.
A national advocacy organization for employment rights of lower-wage workers. News, policy papers, and "know your rights" publications, mostly geared toward low-wage workers' rights. Includes sections on immigrant workers, unemployment insurance, non-standard workers, and work/family conflicts.
NELA is comprised of lawyers who represent workers in labor, employment and civil rights disputes, advancing employee rights and serving lawyers who advocate for equality and justice in the American workplace.
Includes member list.
Includes basic primer on federal employment discrimination laws, and lawyer referral service.
Promoting achievement, advancement and excellence in the practice of labor and employment law.
A nonprofit organization that provides information and advocacy about job rights and employment issues to help people understand, protect, and strengthen workers' rights.
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