For workers & student survivors

COVID-19 Resources


Free legal help and advice

We may be able to provide you with free help or advice through our Legal Advice & Counseling program. Fill out this form to apply to speak with one of our legal advocates. It’s 100% free and confidential.

Additional resources

  • Resources for unemployed and front-line workers.
  • Comprehensive resources for front line public service workers. (Source: AFSCME)
  • Legal Aid at Work has updated its FAQs for workers to include COVID-related information.
  • Updated worker safety and health toolkit. (Source: National Employment Law Project)
  • Women comprise a significant portion of small business owners, and they are seeing their businesses shutter abruptly. See a round-up of small business resources here. (Source: Small Business Majority)
  • Two resources to support workers experiencing the uptick in domestic and intimate partner violence from Workplaces Respond: Click here here for English or aqui en Espanol.
  • This is a list of relief funds accessible to undocumented workers in California. (New funds are being created, so this will likely be a living document.

Reports & Studies


Free legal help and advice

We offer free legal help and advice to students. Contact us on behalf of yourself or your child if you’d like information about your rights and options, or could use the help of an attorney. Fill out this form to apply to speak with a legal advocate through our Legal Advice & Counseling program. It’s 100% free and confidential.

Additional Resources



Title IX Administrators

  • Student survivors of campus sexual violence need knowledgeable and fair guidance from Title IX administrators. Equal Rights Advocates’ new recommendations for Title IX administrators during COVID-19 contain our recommended best practices for how Title IX administrators can serve students remotely.

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The First 100 Days

We're calling on the Biden-Harris Administration to take 20 executive actions to support essential workers, women of color, and families in their first 100 days in the White House. Read our recommendations & sign our petition.

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Legal Advice & Resources / Consejos y Recursos legales

Know Your Rights

Learn what your rights are so you can navigate your situation and make the best decision for you.

Your Rights at Work
Your Rights at School

Contact Us

We may be able to provide free legal help for the following issues at school: gender and LGBTQI+ discrimination, sexual harassment, sexual assault, and pregnancy or parenting discrimination.

Workplace issues: Unfortunately we are unable to accept any new employment-related inquiries at this time.

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We have trained legal advocates and lawyers on staff to guide you through your legal issue.

We're helping women, families, workers & students navigate COVID-19

Conozca Sus Derechos

Aprende sus derechos para que puedas navegar su situación y tomar la mejor decisión para ti.

Sus Derechos en el Trabajo


Posiblemente, podemos proveer ayuda legal gratuita por los siguientes problemas en o la escuela: discriminación basado en el género o por estatus LGBTQI+, acoso sexual, asalto sexual, y discriminación basado en el embarazo o por ser padre/madre.


Nuestro servicio de asesoramiento por teléfono está cerrado por ahora

En este momento, no estamos recibiendo solicitudes dejadas por un recado de teléfono. Sin embargo, usted puede someter una solicitud para una consulta por la manera de hacer clic en el link "Educación."