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Bay Area Internet Mogul Ordered to Pay Driver nearly $500,000

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San Francisco poised to vote on full leave for parents

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Female athletes gaining equity in Santa Paula

State data show that many schools and many park and recreation departments across California offer girls and boys unequal sports programs. Equity has been required by federal law since 1972. Santa Paula High School (SPHS) is making significant improvements after a legal team led by the Legal Aid Society-Employment Law Center (LAS-ELC), the California Women’s … Continue reading “Female athletes gaining equity in Santa Paula”

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Santa Paula High lauded for its Title IX response

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Female Student Athletes, Always Second-Class

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Kim Turner

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Protect Our Defenders announces the two winners of first annual award: Both LAS-ELC attorneys

Today, Protect Our Defenders (POD), the only national human rights organization solely dedicated to ending the epidemic of harassment and sexual assault in the U.S. military, announced the first two winners of the “2016 Protect Our Defenders Justice Award.” The inaugural annual award is being given to two attorneys from the Legal Aid Society-Employment Law … Continue reading “Protect Our Defenders announces the two winners of first annual award: Both LAS-ELC attorneys”

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Parental leave getting a big boost at S.F. City Hall

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LAS-ELC board gains three new members

Legal Aid Society-Employment Law Center is honored to announce that three prominent lawyers have joined its board of directors. Their varied talents and background will be enormously helpful to LAS-ELC as we celebrate 100 years of providing free legal services to low-income people and their families across California this year and into the future. Jacqueline Mottek, … Continue reading “LAS-ELC board gains three new members”

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Legal Aid Staff Give Keynotes at Title IX Conference

The Fair Play for Girls in Sports team, Elizabeth Kristen, Tamika Butler (former Levin Fellow), and Kim Turner (current Levin Fellow), recently attended the Title IX at 40 conference hosted by the Western Society for Physical Education of College Women in Pacific Grove, California. Over ninety years old, the Western Society is comprised of educators, researchers, and … Continue reading “Legal Aid Staff Give Keynotes at Title IX Conference”

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