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Retirement Investments That Nurture Communities

Retirement Investments That Nurture Communities

How can we apply our retirement savings to nurture the communities and planet where we plan to retire?  We are thrilled to announce the launch of TheNextEgg.org, a community of people learning to self-direct their retirement savings into investments that repair injustices, sequester carbon, nurture local enterprises, and create a... Continue Reading

People & Planet Over Programs & Profit

People & Planet Over Programs & Profit

Part of our blog series where our Summer Interns introduce themselves to our communities. By Tracy Bindel, Law Center Summer 2019 Law Clerk My name is Tracy Bindel and I grew up in a large family in rural New Mexico. I'm currently a night school student at Suffolk University Law School in... Continue Reading

Guest Post: How I Launched the First Legal Cafe in Ohio!

Guest Post: How I Launched the First Legal Cafe in Ohio!

By Jacqueline Radebaugh, Staff Attorney with ABLE Law and Law Center Legal Fellow Most of you may already know about Sustainable Economies Law Center's Resilient Communities Legal Cafe program, the Law Center's innovative drop-in legal services clinic that happens 3x a month throughout the Bay Area. What happens when you take the... Continue Reading

Learning About Lawyering in the Just Transition

Learning About Lawyering in the Just Transition

Part of our blog series where our Summer Interns introduce themselves to our communities. By Savannah Wheeler, Law Center Summer 2019 Law Clerk My name is Savannah Wheeler and I am a rising second year student at Berkeley Law. I am excited to be joining the Sustainable Economies Law Center team this... Continue Reading

Workers rising: The push for city-supported worker coops is taking hold in these Bay Area cities

By Erin Baldassari of East Bay Times [The Sustainable Economies Law Center was featured in the East Bay Times yesterday for its policy advocacy efforts in Berkeley following the Berkeley City Council's historic vote on June 26, 2019, to commit $100,000 towards worker cooperative programs and services. Read more about... Continue Reading

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