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Free Legal Assistance for Low-Wage Workers

Unpaid Wages – Unemployment Insurance – Discrimination – Harassment
Disability Accommodation – Health and Safety – Leave Rights – Wrongful Termination and more.

Workers’ Rights Clinic
in Davis
Opens September 24th
A partnership between the Center for Workers’ Rights and the Legal Aid Society – Employment Law Center, the Workers’ Rights Clinic provides free legal advice to low-income workers dealing with problems on the job.

Individuals seeking help should call 916-905-5857 or 866-864-8208 to make an appointment.

The clinic will be held at:

Pole Line Baptist Church
770 Pole Line Road; Davis, CA 95618

The clinic opens at 6:30 pm on the following Wednesdays this fall:

  • September 24, 2014
  • October 8, 2014
  • October 22, 2014
  • November 5, 2014
  • November 19, 2014

Income eligibility requirements apply.

Open to All Workers Regardless of Immigration Status
Our Services
Advice and Counsel
Find out if your employer violated the law and learn how to remedy the injustice.
We provide representation in administrative hearings, including wage claims and unemployment insurance appeals.
Know Your Rights Trainings
Contact us to have your community organization or co-workers trained on their legal rights at work.

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