University of Arizona Law Workers' Rights Clinic

Law student Ana Bonilla (Class of 2015) presents a worker, David C., with a check for his unpaid wages. David worked as a carpenter, and at first, his employer refused to pay him and threatened to report him to immigration authorities. Ana successfully negotiated with the employer to pay David $8,000.

Workers' Rights Clinic

The Workers' Rights Clinic provides students with experience in employment law and workers’ rights advocacy. We advocate for the rights of low-wage immigrant workers through direct servicepublic policy research, and community education and outreach. The clinic also works closely with many community organizations and government agencies including the Mexican ConsulateSouthern Arizona Legal Aid, the Southside Worker CenterLa Coalición de Derechos Humanos, the International Rescue CommitteeRefugee Focus, the Arizona Attorney General Civil Rights Division, the National Labor Relations Board, the Arizona Industrial Commission, and the U.S. Department of Labor