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A Federal Judge, in response to a suit filed by the National Women's Law Center among others, revived an Obama-era rule that requires larger companies (over 100 employees) to report workers’ pay data broken down by gender and race, This means that Big Law will have...read more
This is a publication of the NY State Bar Assn that followed a study of women's status in the law. While its conclusion about the continued existence of inequality is not surprising, the study is interesting and contains suggestions for change....read more
Andrus Anderson LLP is a plaintiffs’ firm in San Francisco looking for a full-time associate with 2-5 years’ litigation experience. Andrus Anderson LLP handles a variety of class, mass tort and individual cases. Our cases involve consumer, employment discrimination,...read more
The Houston Bar Association’s Gender Fairness Committee wants law firms and in-house legal departments to do more to improve gender equality. More than 60 law firms have signed on to a commitment to increase the number of women partners and firm leaders by next...read more
A record number of women have been appointed law dean this semester. The number of women occupying the dean suites has been on the rise for years, but this year’s new batch of leaders is particularly diverse in both gender and race.read more
The San Francisco Regional Office of the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission has one opening for an attorney within the Enforcement staff. Preferred candidates should have at least 3-5 years of law firm, government or other similar experience in securities...read more
WLAC is an affiliate of California Women Lawyers (CWL), a statewide bar association. CWL brings together leaders from around the state to advocate for issues important to women lawyers. By working together, WLAC and CWL support and strengthen each other.
As a WLAC member, you are entitled to a discounted membership rate. We encourage you to become a concurrent member of CWL and help maintain our voting seat on the Board of Governors.