The union of the employees of legal services NYC & MFY

Multi-Union Legal Services Statement In Opposition to the Reopening of Housing Court

July 6, 2020 We are unionized legal services unions and workers who represent tenants in New York City’s housing courts. Today, people of all walks of life are participating in a righteous uprising that demands an end to state-sanctioned violence against Black lives. In conjunction with this uprising, communities are renewing their demands for programs […]

Union’s Financial Proposal to LSNYC

June 18, 2020 It is imperative that we correct the inequalities in our step system. Our step system is systematically inequitable: it provides lower percentage increases at virtually each step to staff on the lower paid scales, and has a disparate racial impact. Under our current step system, a social worker moving from step 1 […]

Statement on the Supreme Court’s DACA Decision

June 18, 2020 Legal Services Staff Association Local 2320 is relieved that the Supreme Court has repudiated the Trump administration’s racist and xenophobic ideology by ruling that ending the DACA program is unlawful, and that Trump’s actions in trying to end it were arbitrary and capricious. The decision affects 650,000 Americans who have called the […]

An Open Letter from the Legal Services Staff Association 2320 concerning Urooj Rahman

June 18, 2020 An Open Letter from the Legal Services Staff Association 2320: We are members of the Legal Services Staff Association 2320—a union representing secretaries, paralegals, receptionists, process servers, social workers, attorneys and other non-management employees of Legal Services NYC (LSNYC) and Mobilization for Justice (MFJ). We serve low-income persons and communities throughout New […]