United States [Remote]
Public Rights Project (PRP) is a public interest legal nonprofit, headquartered in Oakland, with a remote team based throughout the United States. Our mission is to close the gap between the promise of our laws and the lived reality of our most vulnerable communities. Since 2017, we have been working at the intersection of community organizing and state and local government enforcement to build a scalable, equitable community-based enforcement model to protect civil rights and advance economic justice. In the wake of the Dobbs decision, PRP is standing with progressive state and local governments as they fight to protect the reproductive rights of their residents. We support progressive state and local governments, including Attorneys General, District Attorneys, and City Attorneys' Offices with representation, legal strategy, research, fellowships, and community partnerships to help offices develop high-impact legal cases and protect their residents’ rights.