Fair Employment Project is a tax-exempt non-profit organization of attorneys, law students and worker advocates whose mission is to reduce violations of employment civil rights. We do our work with no taxpayer money. We have helped thousands of workers with nowhere else to turn. Help us help them.DONATE NOW
FEP counsels Massachusetts workers of limited means about their rights on the job and the legal process. We collaborate with other organizations to provide affordable representation or other services, when possible. We offer appropriate self-help assistance.
FEP takes a problem-solving approach to meeting clients’ needs. Workplace law is complicated, and there is a difference between how the law is supposed to work and the real-life choices people face when their paychecks and livelihoods are at stake. We help people understand the legal landscape so they can make better-informed decisions.
If you need help: Call 617-902-0192 and leave a message. We will return your call and talk to you about your situation and your options. Or e-mail a request for assistance. There is no charge for a telephone consultation or e-mail, but we do ask that you make a donation.
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The content of this website is provided for informational purposes only and does not constitute legal advice. You should make every effort to consult with an experienced employment attorney. The law and procedure governing employment claims change on a regular basis, and every case has its own special circumstances. Please do not communicate with us using your employer's computer or other devices, or through your employer's email or servers. Do not communicate with us while you are at work. If you e-mail us, please remember that any such communication may not be secure, depending on computer technology and network issues. Sending our firm an e-mail message or other inquiry does not make you a client of Fair Employment Project.