In The Media

District settles Title IX lawsuit with Lake Oswego Softball

The article includes Superintendent Dr. Heather Beck's comments on the settlement negotiated by the district and Legal Aid at Work/Fair Play and attorney Andrew Glasscock.

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Tentative agreement reached in Title IX case

The article includes a link to the formal "Statement of Commitment," the agreement negotiated by Legal Aid at Work and lawyer Andrew Glasscock with district officials. Legal Aid at Work attorney Kim Turner is quoted.

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Settlement reached in Lake Oswego schools Title IX lawsuit

The article includes the details of the settlement negotiated by the district and Legal Aid at Work/Fair Play and attorney Andrew Glasscock.

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In SF, ex-attorney general Holder tells left to keep fighting

Former U.S. Attorney General Eric H Holder Jr. spoke and presented our public service award to U.S. District Judge Thelton E. Henderson, who also spoke, at our annual dinner July 12.

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Do girls have access to team sports? Many California schools aren’t telling, despite law

Legal Aid at Work attorney Kim Turner is quoted in an article about a Fair Play for Girls in Sports study that many California schools aren't reporting data on gender equality, as required by Title IX.

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Legal aid for low-wage pregnant workers in Contra Costa County

Skadden Fellow Katie Wutchiett writes in the official publication of the Contra Costa County bar Association about the expansion of our medical-legal partnership program into Contra Costa County.

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Judge recommends class-action status for Title IX lawsuit

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Trump’s administration wants to hide colleges that have problems with sexual assault

Op-Ed calling on OCR to keep list public, co-authored by Legal Aid at Work summer clerk Dana Bolger, who is a former co-director of Know Your IX, a national youth-led campaign.

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Federal workers mark Pride in San Francisco

Legal Aid at Work attorney Elizabeth Kristen spoke about continuing the fight for equality

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