Announcements

MFJ’s 2018 Dinner-Theatre Benefit: Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Carousel

Join Mobilization for Justice for an exciting evening  evening of cocktails, dinner and theatre on Wednesday, June 20, 2018.  This year we are proud to honor Warren Sinsheimer and celebrate the upcoming merger of the Partnership for Children’s Rights with MFJ. Click here for sponsorship information. To purchase individual tickets, click here.

Mobilization for Justice Supports DACA

Mobilization for Justice strongly opposes any actions to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. As part of our immigration practice, we will continue to provide services to DACA recipients and their families and will redouble our efforts to demand immigration reform that provides a path toward citizenship for the millions of people …

The Impact of the New Administration

Jeanette Zelhof, Executive Director; Orier Okumakpeyi, Senior Staff Attorney; Montel Cherry, Supervising Attorney; and Kevin Cremin, Director of Litigation, discuss Mobilization for Justice’s deep concerns about the impact the new administration will have on our clients who are a diverse group of people who struggle every day to maintain housing, income and the precious few …

MFJ Forum Tackles Racial Justice Issues in Legal Practice

Dozens of Mobilization for Justice attorneys and paralegals came together on January 10, 2018 for a forum on “Race and Your Practice: A Conversation with Two Advocates.” Runa Rajagopal, Managing Director of the Civil Action Practice Group at the Bronx Defenders, and Samuel Spital, Director of Litigation at the NAACP Legal Defense & Education Fund …

MFJ Helps Older Adults Hit Hardest by Student Loan Debt

The Fall issue of MFJ-FYI explores the growing problem of student debt carried by adults aged 60 and older. Over the past decade the number of older student loan borrowers has quadrupled and the amount of debt per older borrower has roughly doubled. In addition to paying off their own student loans, some older adults …

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