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The Health Quality Enforcement Section (HQE) handles a broad range of administrative, civil and general legal matters on behalf of a number of state licensing agencies in actions involving licensed health care professionals, including physicians and surgeons, psychologists, respiratory care practitioners, and others. This is a fast-paced section, and Deputies handle a rigorous caseload.read more
Governor Brown has apointed two Berkeley Law Alumnae to the First District Court of Appeal: Alameda County Superior Court Judge Ioana Petrou to Division Three and San Francisco Superior Court Judge Tracie L. Brown to Division Four.read more
Associate Campus Counsel Departmental Overview The Office of Legal Affairs supports UC Berkeley’s teaching, research and public service mission by timely delivery of ethical, cost efficient and high quality legal services. These legal services include monitoring...read more
The annual membership meeting of the Women Lawyers of Alameda County will be held at 8:15 pm on October 4, 2018, at Scott's Seafood, at the Annual Judges' Dinner. Pursuant to the Bylaws, the following agenda is hereby published 10 days in advance of the meeting: 1....read more
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UC Hastings Report: New Tools Needed to Address Race, Gender Bias in Legal Profession
A new study from the Center for WorkLife Law at the University of California, Hastings College says law firms and in-house legal departments are barely moving the needle when it comes to combating gender and racial discrimination.read more
Join the Health Quality Enforcement (HQE) Section and litigate California’s most exciting health care oversight cases. HQE handles a broad range of civil litigation matters on behalf of twelve state healing arts licensing agencies in disciplinary actions filed against health care professionals, including physicians and psychologists….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.