Continuing Legal Education

The NLGSF is a Continuing Legal Education provider (#2861) for California attorneys. Videos are available below for self study. Contact Carlos carlos@nlgsf.org with any questions.

Elimination of Bias: Gender Bias (January 2014)

1 Hour Elimination of Bias Credit
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Mana Barari (Moderator) is an associate with Sundeen Salinas & Pyle, where she focuses her plaintiff-side practice on wage and hour class action litigation and individual discrimination and retaliation cases.

Ann Lehman is a Senior Gender Advisor with the San Francisco Department on the Status of Women.

Rocío Alejandra Avila is the Graduate Law Fellow at WERC, where she is focusing on policy and legal advocacy of domestic worker and caregivers.

Jennifer Reisch is the Legal Director of Equal Rights Advocates, a national nonprofit legal organization dedicated to protecting and expanding economic and education access and opportunities for women and girls.

Employment Law 2 Sessions: Wage and Hour & Whistleblower and Retaliation (January 2014)

2 Hours Credit
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Wage & Hour Session with Virginia Villegas of Villegas Carrera LLP, and Fernando Flores, Director of the Wage and Hour Enforcement Litigation Program (WageHELP) at the Legal Aid Society-Employment Law Center (LAS–ELC)

Whistleblowers and Retaliation Session with Kathy Dickson of Dickson Geesman.

Ethics in Class Action & Multiple Plaintiff Litigation (January 2014)

1 Hours Ethics Credit
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Christian Schreiber is a partner at Chavez & Gertler LLP. He works primarily on class action cases involving consumer rights, employment, civil rights and financial services matters.

Bethany Caracuzzo is a trial attorney with PRITZKER │ LAW specializing in complex and class action litigation involving antitrust, consumer protection, employment law matters, personal injury, dangerous drugs and devices, false claims and financial wrongdoing.