California ChangeLawyers, Equal Justice Society, Wilson Sonsini File Amicus Brief in Support of College Admissions Policies That Foster Diversity

California ChangeLawyers, Equal Justice Society, and Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, filed an amicus brief in the Supreme Court of the United States in Students for Fair Admissions (SFFA) v. Harvard. Endorsed by 22 other organizations, the brief asks the Court to uphold more than four decades of precedent allowing the consideration of race asContinue reading “California ChangeLawyers, Equal Justice Society, Wilson Sonsini File Amicus Brief in Support of College Admissions Policies That Foster Diversity”

EJS Co-presents Implicit Bias Training on July 6, and Intent Standard Brown Bag on July 20

Not in My House: Identifying and Challenging Implicit BiasWednesday, July 6, Noon to 1:00 p.m. PacificPart of the Impact Fund’s 2022 Online Summer Training SeriesCo-hosted with the Equal Justice SocietyRegister: https://bit.ly/3OHVd30  Presented by:Mona Tawatao, Legal Director, Equal Justice SocietyLindsay Nako, Director of Litigation & Training, Impact Fund Qualifies for one hour of California MCLE elimination ofContinue reading “EJS Co-presents Implicit Bias Training on July 6, and Intent Standard Brown Bag on July 20”

Abortion bans are part of intertwined systems of oppression

Join abortion advocates across the country this afternoon as we show our outrage and the collective voice of people. There will be mobilizations nationwide prepared as a rapid response to the decision. Visit https://map.wewontgoback.com to find a mobilization event near you. The Supreme Court’s decision today in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, which upholds Mississippi’s harmful 15-weekContinue reading “Abortion bans are part of intertwined systems of oppression”