25th anniversary Thought Leadership Conversation Series
Throughout our 25th anniversary we will be presenting a series of conversations between leaders in the movement of public interest litigation to help clarify the landscape, the threats and opportunities, and potential areas of focus moving forward.
Equal Pay 3.0: New Frontiers In Combatting The Wage Gap
October 29, 7pm - 9pm | Univ. of California, Berkeley Law School
The third in the series and our final conversation will feature BerkeleyLaw Professor Catherine Albiston, Lori Andrus of Andrus Anderson LLP, and Patricia Shiu, former Director of the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) under President Barack Obama. These trailblazing thinkers have critically examined the wage gap and the workplace patterns that create pay inequality. In a conversation moderated by Impact Fund Director of Litigation and Training, Lindsay Nako, they will share their thoughts on the intersectional nature of pay gaps, the modern equal pay movement, and the effectiveness of litigation to address these injustices.
We are grateful to present this Thought Leadership Conversation at UC Berkeley School of Law, in association with the Thelton E. Henderson Center for Social Justice and the Civil Justice Research Initiative.
Equal Pay 3.0 Flyer: click here for pdf
Class Actions & Civil Rights: Past, Present, and Future
February 16 | Impact Fund Class Action Conference, San Francisco
The second on the series took place at the Annual Impact Fund Class Action Conference on February 16. Watch the entire event here:
The first in the series is Litigation as Resistance and takes place early evening on October 25 at Howard University School of Law in Washington D.C. This is the day before the ABA Class Action Institute, also in D.C. Impact Fund Director of Litigation and Training, Lindsay Nako, will be moderating a conversation between Professor Alexandra Lahav, author of In Praise of Litigation, and Deepak Gupta, founding principal of Gupta Wessler PLLC—a boutique firm specializing in Supreme Court, appellate, and complex litigation on a wide range of issues, including constitutional law, class actions, and consumers’ and workers’ rights. Deepak is currently working on the Trump emoluments case (amongst others).
The event is free, but as space is limited, we encourage everyone to pre-register to avoid disappointment at the door.
Watch the conversation here: