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Community Justice Project

A non-profit, public interest law firm that focuses on high-impact cases that protect and expand the civil rights of low-income people. Enforces laws that protect civil rights in areas such as education, employment, and housing. Provides training and advocacy initiatives to assist families with welfare, childcare, and transportation.


Pittsburgh Office
429 Forbes Ave, Suite 800
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
1866-482-3076(Toll Free)

Client eligibility: CJP typically limits its advocacy to broad-based issues affecting large numbers of peopleIf you are low-income and require assistance with an individual legal problem, please contact a more appropriate legal services program.