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Immigrant Workers Win $60K Settlement from Lee’s Deli Restaurants

17 Chinese immigrant workers have won a $60,000 settlement from their former employer, Lee’s Deli restaurant. Workers affected include former dishwashers, prep cooks, sandwich makers, cashiers, and office workers who had worked for over 10 years at Lee’s Deli, which did not financially survive the pandemic and permanently closed.

Latest News and Perspectives


Asian Law Caucus’ New Chapter

July 15, 2024

For over 50 years, the Asian Law Caucus has served as a laboratory for community lawyering. We're launching a new chapter to take our civil rights litigation and advocacy to the next level.

ALC Builds on a Legacy of Community Lawyering

July 15, 2024

Aarti Kohli, executive director of the Asian Law Caucus, reflects on the power and opportunity of community lawyering to advance racial and economic justice.

Hello, New ALC Logo

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The Asian Law Caucus' new logo honors our history and makes a statement about our future and enduring commitment to community struggle and civil rights activism.
Guides & Reports

Community Safety Resources for Bay Area Residents

July 1, 2024

To create safer communities, ALC provides free legal services and education. We also advance policies that prevent violence and provide alternatives to policing, prison, detention, and surveillance.

The No Fly List and its Alarming Civil Rights Concerns

June 27, 2024

Every year, the U.S. government places thousands of people on the No Fly List, an opaque list that operates under an impossible veil of secrecy.