The National Association of Social Workers (NASW) in August 2021, along with 26 other organizations committed to civil rights, filed an amicus brief in the New Jersey Supreme Court in support of Victoria Crisitello. Crisitello was an elementary school art teacher who...
Ethics and Law
After Roe was overturned on June 24, 2022, and lacking a federal policy, many states scrambled to either protect access to abortion or ban it
Over the last couple of years, Texas has seen an erosion of safe spaces that allow people to talk about some current issues.
CareDash has been posting the profiles of thousands of social workers — without their consent or knowledge — in order to drive their prospective clients to provider networks that partner with CareDash.
The ballot initiative sought to significantly narrow who is an “employee” under Massachusetts law, thereby excluding hundreds of thousands of workers from the employment rights and protections provided by state law.
NASW joins amicus brief that helps bring favorable ruling for female employee in case involving harassment, discrimination in federal court
The court agreed with us and recognized for the first time that “the Fifth Amendment’s Equal Protection Clause secures a federal judiciary employee’s right to be free from sexual harassment in the workplace.”
NASW and the American Psychological Association filed an amicus brief in support of a challenge to the death penalty case of Melissa Lucio, scheduled to be executed in Texas as a result of a false confession.