Bet Tzedek is taking steps to protect the safety of our staff and clients given the current COVID-19 pandemic. If you need help with a legal issue or case, please do not visit our office; instead, call our intake line at 323-939-0506 or email email@example.com.
For COVID-19 Related Resources, click here.
For small business resources and more on our partnership with LA Represents, click here.
Entrepreneurship and small business success offer a rare path out of poverty for many low-income households and communities. In order to survive and thrive these businesses – like all businesses – need sound legal guidance. During the COVID-19 crisis Bet Tzedek has partnered with LA Represents to provide free legal services to small businesses impacted by the pandemic.
If you would like to apply for these free services, please click here.
Small Claims Court can sometimes be the best route for workers and contractors to secure the money they are rightfully owed. Our Small Claims Clinic helps community members understand the small claims process, and helps answer basic questions. Click here for more information about the clinic or call (323) 648-4719 to register.
Los Angeles’ underground and informal economies are filled with trafficked laborers – as domestic workers, day laborers, and sex workers. Through litigation and advocacy, Bet Tzedek works with survivors of human trafficking to ensure that they receive financial restitution and that they have access to legal protections.
Tax disputes can permanently destabilize low-income households. Launched in 2014, Bet Tzedek’s income tax law project is formally recognized by the Income Revenue Service as a Low Income Tax Clinic (LITC) and as an official U.S. Tax Court Clinic. Bet Tzedek’s clinic helps resolve audits, appeals, misclassifications, innocent spouse relief, liens, and garnishments.
Since it opened in 1999, the Employment Rights Project has helped more than 5,400 workers through direct representation and class actions – winning more than $36 million in judgments and settlements.
Obtained over $13,000,000 in judgments and settlements for workers