Bruce Goldstein

Bruce Goldstein

Bruce Goldstein has been practicing law for 34 years. He started as a labor and civil rights lawyer, and in 1988 he joined Farmworker Justice, a not-for-profit national advocacy, litigation, and education organization for migrant and seasonal farm workers. He is now the president of Farmworker Justice. Goldstein is a panelist at WILG engaging in discussions about the impact of immigration policy on farm workers’ ability to access workers’ compensation programs and other labor rights.

Guest Appearances
October 30, 2014

2014 WILG Conference: Bruce Goldstein on Immigration Policy and Migrant Workers

Workers Comp Matters host Alan Pierce interviews Farmworker Justice President Bruce Goldstein at the 2014 Workers’ Injury Law and Advocacy Group Conference. Goldstein describes the impact immigration policy has on farm workers’ ability to access workers’ compensation programs and other labor rights. He explains that 50-70% undocumented migrant or seasonal farmworkers are being exploited due...