The Labor and Employment Action Project at Harvard Law School is a student group that marries a commitment to direct action with an academic interest in the cutting edge of worker advocacy so as to foster a community that cares about the world of work.

We feel that the power of working people to organize themselves has become more, not less, essential in today’s changing economy, and undertake to explore and support such organization. Therefore, our activities include both education of ourselves and our community on labor and employment issues, and activism where we see a need to lend our voices to local or national struggles.