In The Media
After the commercial, listen at 0:57 (roughly the one-minute mark) for a news report on students' Title IX claims and the settlement reached at Red Bluff High School.
Columnist Bob Cook highlighted our Red Bluff case (based on the RD Daily News piece).
The settlement agreement now heads to court for approval.
Legal Aid at Work championed the groundbreaking expansion of job protections for workers who take parental leave. (Stock photo with the story shows staff attorney Kim Turner.)
Law clerk Dana Bolger co-authored a timely response to the Trump administration's effort to undermine Title IX enforcement. She and co-author Alexandra Brodsky are former co-directors of Know Your IX, a national youth-led campaign against sexual violence in schools.
Immigration enforcement agents banned from labor offices in California amid fears for migrants trying to recoup wages
ICE says its policies prevent it from getting "involved in labor disputes." But Legal Aid at Work program director Chris Ho says the specter of ICE agents staking out Labor Commissioner proceedings is having a chilling effect.
Legal Aid at Work filed this case with Equal Justice Center and local help from ACLU of Oklahoma.