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LAAW’s 9th Circuit Victory in Title IX Gender Equity Case Highlighted in the Honolulu Star-Advertiser

In the article, LAAW Attorney Elizabeth Kristen discusses the importance the issues involved in the case: "Sports participation for girls isn’t just about going on to the Olympics—it’s about going to college, it’s about getting a job, it’s about getting higher wages. It really sets this platform for character development for the rest of their lives,” Kristen said. “So girls who are deprived of this in high school, it’s really robbing them of so much in their futures.”
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Uneven Playing Fields: In Depth Report on Gender Inequity in High School Sports Features LAAW’s Clients and Attorneys

A new, in-depth report titled Uneven Playing Fields, wa … Continue reading “Uneven Playing Fields: In Depth Report on Gender Inequity in High School Sports Features LAAW’s Clients and Attorneys”

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LAAW’s Workplace Sex Assault Case Against Eagle Trucklines Profiled in the Guardian

The article discusses LAAW’s case on behalf of Laura Zuniga, a female truck driver, who was sexually assaulted by her co-driver and then later told by her employer to finish the route. As Ms. Zuniga told the Guardian, “[t]he way the company treated me, I felt worthless.”
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Ninth Circuit Recognizes Class Action Status of High School Girls in Hawai‘i Title IX Athletics Civil Rights Case

HONOLULU (April 5, 2022) — A three-judge panel of the N … Continue reading “Ninth Circuit Recognizes Class Action Status of High School Girls in Hawai‘i Title IX Athletics Civil Rights Case”

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New Toolkit for Transgender and Nonbinary Workers

Today, on Transgender Day of Visibility and César Cháve … Continue reading “New Toolkit for Transgender and Nonbinary Workers”

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LAAW’s Advocacy Challenging Whether Job Screening Agencies Can Ask Invasive Medical Questions Is Highlighted in the SF Chronicle

As LAAW argued in its brief to the appellate court: “These overbroad inquiries and exams will continue to effectively screen out applicants with disabilities.” The California Supreme Court has now decided to review this issue.
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On Equal Pay Day 2022, Here are 3 Things You Can Do to Advance Gender Equity

Today, March 15, is Equal Pay Day. This is the day that … Continue reading “On Equal Pay Day 2022, Here are 3 Things You Can Do to Advance Gender Equity”

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SF Board of Supervisors Unanimously Expands Rights to Flexible Work Scheduling for Working Families

SAN FRANCISCO — Today on International Women’s Day, the … Continue reading “SF Board of Supervisors Unanimously Expands Rights to Flexible Work Scheduling for Working Families”

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Two LAAW Staff Members Recognized with New Titles for their Dedicated Service

Legal Aid at Work is proud to announce that two staff m … Continue reading “Two LAAW Staff Members Recognized with New Titles for their Dedicated Service”

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