Resources & Training

Legal Service Provider Detail

Employment Justice Center
1413 K Street, NW
5th Floor
Washington DC 20005
Contact: Heather Kryzak , Clinic Coordinator
Phone: 202-828-9675 124
Fax: 202-828-9190
Web address:


Need nonlitigator volunteers?
Malpractice insurance for volunteers:
Intake hours:
The EJC conducts intakes on a walk-in basis every Wednesday from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at Bread for the City NW and every Monday from 3:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. at Bread for the City SE; The clinics are generally closed during August and during holiday weeks.
Non-english services?
Spanish, Amharic
Opportunities for attorneys not admitted in D.C.:
Need paralegal/law students:
300% of federal poverty level.
Training offered:
The EJC provides training for all volunteers. Prior to volunteering at our Workers' Rights Clinic, all new volunteers must attend a one hour training program. For attorneys seeking to take on pro bono cases, the EJC has materials available and provides mentoring along the way.
Types of services:
The EJC is an advocacy organization for low-wage workers. We provide brief services and advice and counsel at our Workers' Rights Clinics, legal representation, and policy advocacy.
Volunteer needs:
The EJC most commonly needs volunteers in any of the following three categories: (1) volunteers to conduct intake at our Workers' Rights Clinics - no expertise in employment law is required; (2) lawyers with employment law expertise to staff our Workers' Rights Clinics; and (3) lawyers interested in providing pro bono representation on a variety of legal claims.
Subject areas:
Discrimination, Employment