The Legal Aid Society – Employment Law Center

The Legal Aid Society – Employment Law Center (LAS-ELC) promotes the stability of low income and disadvantaged workers and their families by addressing issues that affect their ability to achieve self-sufficiency. LAS-ELC, formerly known as The Legal Aid Society of San Francisco, opened its doors in 1916. Then, as now, the Society offered free legal services to members of the community who had few assets and limited resources. The LAS-ELC is one of the country’s foremost non-profit legal entities devoted exclusively to employment issues. The LAS-ELC operates nationally and on state and local levels with the belief that all people are entitled to work in an environment that is safe, respectful, free from discrimination, and in compliance with the law.

Address: 600 Harrison Street Suite 120
San Francisco, CA 94107