The Unemployment Law Project provides legal assistance and information to people in Washington State who have been denied unemployment benefits or whose award of benefits is challenged.
We hope that this website will make more people aware of our services. Whether you are seeking our help, want information about the unemployment appeals process, would like to volunteer, or are simply browsing, we hope that you can find the information that you need in these pages.
Holy Rollicking Good Times, Batman!
The Spokane branch of the Unemployment Law Project is thrilled to unveil a party for friends, supporters, and heck, even those who have barely heard of us. Your ticket gets you access to live music, great Mexican food, two drink tickets for beer, wine, or super hero themed drinks, and a chance to chat with our friends and supporters about the great work we do for workers in Spokane (and in the rest of the state). We hope to see you Thursday, October 8th from 5:30 PM till 8:00 PM at the Community Building located in downtown Spokane. Tickets are $30 and are available at the door. Call our Spokane branch at 509-624-9178 for more details. Join us For Great Justice!
Thank you for attending Brew Review!
And if you missed it, we’ll be back next year!
We survive largely through donations so please donate to us by clicking the Network for Good button on the next line:
Thanks to these firms and organizations who generously supported ULP (click on their logos to visit their websites):
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Looking for additional Community Resources and Assistance?
Click Here to find a non-profit in the community that may be able to assist you.
Looking for a private attorney specializing in Washington State Employment Law?
Go to www.welaweb.org for a listing of private attorneys that specialize in Employment Law.
The Unemployment Law Project is a member of the Washington State Alliance for Equal Justice: