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Allyssa Villanueva Aims to Ensure Equality for Students and Workers in Hometown Oakland

UC Hasting College of the Law student Allyssa Villanueva is a Bay Area native born and raised in Oakland – where she aims to work in public service after law school and make her mark in ensuring racial equality in education and employment. This summer’s Robert M. Dell Student Advocate in the Racial Equality Program, … Continue reading “Allyssa Villanueva Aims to Ensure Equality for Students and Workers in Hometown Oakland”

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Workers’ Rights Clinic Launches New Site in Watsonville

On July 14th, LAS-ELC will add Watsonville to its roster of Workers’ Rights Clinic sites, allowing greater numbers of low-wage workers in California to get free help with urgent workplace problems. In partnership with the Watsonville Law Center (WLC) and the California Employment Lawyers Association (CELA), the Watsonville Clinic site will be staffed by law counselors from … Continue reading “Workers’ Rights Clinic Launches New Site in Watsonville”

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Doing The Right Thing On Family Leave Can Be Hard For A Small Business

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Judge asked to OK new English-learners plan for SF schools

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Fathers Shouldn't Have to Choose Between Job & Family

Sunday, June 21st, was Alfonso Garcia’s first Father’s Day. His baby Naomi was born on May 26th. Alfonso works as battery technician for an emergency road side service company in Mountain View. After his partner Gardenia gave birth to their daughter, the pediatrician told Alfonso and Gardenia that their baby required a special battery of … Continue reading “Fathers Shouldn't Have to Choose Between Job & Family”

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Beyond the Classroom: Christina Jones Wants Employment Opportunities for Special Needs Students into Adulthood

For the past year and a half, third year law student Christina Jones has had her sights set on joining Legal Aid Society – Employment Law Center (LAS-ELC) this summer. In early 2014, as first-year law students at the University of Notre Dame, Christina and three of her classmates met the majority of LAS-ELC’s legal … Continue reading “Beyond the Classroom: Christina Jones Wants Employment Opportunities for Special Needs Students into Adulthood”

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Clayton Valley Charter complies with Title IX

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Charter HS to improve girls’ sports facilities in Title IX settlement

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Female Athletes Reach Agreement with Clayton Valley Charter High School in Title IX Case

A settlement has been reached between Clayton Valley Charter High School (Clayton High) and its female athletes to increase equality in high school athletic opportunities, treatment and benefits. Clayton High has agreed to: improve and maintain equitable athletic facilities for girls and boys; offer additional girls’ athletic teams; increase outreach to girls to participate in … Continue reading “Female Athletes Reach Agreement with Clayton Valley Charter High School in Title IX Case”

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