5th Circuit Denies Stay in Texas v. U.S.

Today, the U.S Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit denied the U.S. Department of Justice’s

4/12/15: Talleres y Consultas Legales Gratuitas en Vacaville / Free Workshops and Legal Consultations in Vacaville

[English below] Día de los Derechos del Trabajador Inmigrante – Vacaville, CA Para salida inmendiata: 25 de

CRLAF is Accepting Legal Interns Applications!

CRLAF Litigation Unit – Legal Internship Program CRLAF’s Litigation Unit seeks law students interested in working

CRLAF is Hiring a DACA/DAPA fellow!

California Bar Foundation: Fellowship Program for Diverse Legal Services Attorneys   Application Deadline: Wednesday, March 25,

Immigrant Communities Should Continue to Prepare for Administrative Relief Despite Temporary Injunction

Late last night a federal judge in Texas temporarily blocked the implementation of President Obama’s November

CRLA Foundation Attorney Amparo Cid Named 2015 Community Champion for Latino Health by the Latino Coalition for a Healthy California

This award recognizes Amparo Cid’s demonstrated leadership in improving Latino health in the Central Valley. Ms. Cid

CRLAF commends President Obama’s Executive Action on Immigration

California Rural Legal Assistance Foundation commends President Obama’s decision to take executive action to tackle the

Assembly Labor Committee Chair Applauds CRLAF Legislative Work on AB 1897

Employer Liability for their Labor Contractors' Wage Theft & Worker's Compensation Violations

Brown signs bill to help Fresno Co. continue indigent care

Published on 09/29/2014 – 11:32 am Written by Business Journal staff Governor Jerry Brown signed a

Luchando Por Justicia 2014

On the evening of Friday, September 26, 2014, over 150 of CRLAF’s friends and supporters joined