Partnerships with universities for improved labor law enforcement services. As the labor law enforcement centers are generally understaffed (they are usually managed by one or two staff plus one or two mobile lawyers), the support provided by law school interns has been essential for the labor law enforcement centers’ ability to provide the requested services to workers and unions. In return, the interns repeatedly expressed to the evaluation team that they had gained invaluable hands-on experience with labor law through their participation in the labor law enforcement centers.
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