In The Media

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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Killion: Title IX’s work is far from finished

Ann Killion discusses Legal Aid at Work's Fair Play for Girls in Sports report about Title IX compliance in California schools.
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The Rights of School Employee-Coaches Under Title VII and Title IX in Educational Athletic Programs

By Senior Staff Attorney Kim Turner
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Workers Claim SF-Based Babysitting Service Stiffs Sitters

Senior Staff Attorney Carole Vigne spoke with KPIX on how workers could respond in this situation.
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San Francisco requires clean space for breastfeeding workers

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