UAW Local 2320 - NOLSW

The Union for Advocates

The National Organization of Legal Services Workers (NOLSW), UAW Local 2320, AFL-CIO is the union representing a majority of workers in federally-funded legal service programs across the United States, as well as workers in non-profit, public interest organizations.

For more than 45 years, the Family Education Center has been a place where UAW members and their families come together for an experience that combines education with recreation.

Detroit - “No one could ever anticipate the trauma and pain that Museum of Modern Art UAW members endured Saturday afternoon when they left their homes for work.  Thankfully, our i

Detroit - During the 2019 Collective Bargaining with Stellantis, the UAW bargaining team fought hard for an enhanced profit sharing formula that more fairly distributed profit earn

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The NOLSW National Executive Board and NOLSW National staff are proud to announce our participation in a 21-Day Racial Equity Habit-Building Challenge © beginning on Saturday, August 8, 2020. We invite our unit members to join us in this opportunity for growth to become more aware and engaged people in the quest for racial equity.

Detroit – “Through their negotiated contract, UAW members today received news that they will receive up to $10,250 in profit sharing. This benefit was achieved through collective bargaining and our UAW members have earned a share of the prosperity that their skill, hard work and dedication created. Our members should be proud during a challenging year at this achievement. We continue to talk to our local unions and General Motors about some of the unforeseen challenges UAW members faced this year.”