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|About||We are a research and advocacy organization at UC Hastings College of Law that seeks to advance gender and racial equality. Founded by Joan C. Williams, a Distinguished Professor of Law, prominent legal scholar, and author of What Works for Women at Work.|
The Center for WorkLife Law is a research and advocacy organization at UC Hastings College of the Law that seeks to advance gender and racial equality in the workplace and in higher education. WorkLife Law focuses on initiatives that can produce concrete social, legal, and institutional change within three to five years.
Our current major initiatives include programs for advancing women leaders, eliminating barriers for pregnant and breastfeeding workers and students, preventing Family Responsibilities Discrimination, and helping companies prevent or interrupt bias in the workplace and create more stable schedules for hourly workers.
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