Our resources are intended for several audiences, and include:

  • Recorded webinars given by our staff attorneys (many approved for MCLE credit)
  • Know-Your-Rights guides for students, parents, and others
  • Tips for maintaining compliance with Title IX and other laws
  • Policy briefs to help inform policymakers and community leaders
  • Presentations and materials distributed at our public events


CWLC supports legal professionals through qualified legal services projects (QLSPs), and many of our trainings are approved for Minimum Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) credit. Topics cover a wide range of legal issues impacting the rights of women and girls, including economic security, Title IX and gender discrimination, sexual assault and harassment, and women’s health.


We also help individuals better understand their legal rights and their options for recourse if those rights are violated. Occasionally, we represent plaintiffs in impact litigation cases, including Title IX athletics claims, workplace discrimination lawsuits, and intimate partner violence matters. Please note that we are unable to accept walk-in requests, and we do not have capacity to take on every case. We do not practice family law. If you need additional services such as mental health care or short-term shelter, please consider contacting one of our partner organizations listed here.


Additionally, we work in partnership with school districts, non-profit organizations, government agencies, and law firms to provide technical assistance and support legal compliance efforts. We frequently collaborate on educational initiatives, including joint clinics, policy papers, and panel discussions.