FAIR’s mission is to promote diversity within the plaintiffs’ employment bar in California, so the attorneys representing California’s workers are as diverse as those they seek to represent. FAIR also seeks generally to raise public consciousness about worker’s rights and remedies, to provide educational opportunities and programs to individuals who seek to advance the rights of workers, including but not limited to fellowships, internships, and scholarships, and to carry on other educational activities associated with FAIR’s goals.
April 7, 2015—FAIR is holding its first Spring Soiree in Los Feliz, CA, to introduce you to its esteemed new Advisory Board, a group of distinguished leaders who advocate for plaintiffs in such areas as employment law and civil rights. Purchase tickets or sponsorships.
March 16, 2015—Sanford Heisler Kimpel Public Interest Diversity Fellow Giselle Olmedo begins second fellowship term at Leonard Carder.
January 28, 2015—FAIR and the California Employment Lawyers Association Diversity Outreach Committee announce the selection of 14 summer 2015 Employee Justice Fellows.
January 2015—FAIR Now Accepting Applications for its 2015 Sanford Heisler Kimpel Public Interest Diversity Fellowship.
December 2014—FAIR Receives $11,696.25 Cy Pres Award.
July 23, 2014—FAIR Enlists Distinguished Advisory Board.
December 18, 2013—The Daily Journal profiles FAIR’s work to add diversity to the advocates for workers’ rights in a feature story.
November 1, 2013—Top mediators pledge to support FAIR with mediation proceeds, meeting the Mark Rudy Mediators Challenge.
FAIR was created in 2010 by members of the California Employment Lawyers Association. FAIR is exclusively for charitable and educational purposes within the meaning of Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. It is incorporated in California as a nonprofit public benefit organization. All contributions to FAIR are deductible to the maximum extent permitted by the law.
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