Labor and Employment Law

Message from the Chair Scott Stillman

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United Against Discrimination: A Call to California Labor and Employment Lawyers

It is with great concern and determination that I write this month’s message, as we collectively strive to combat the injustices that continue to persist in our society. Discrimination, in any form, corrodes the fundamental principles of fairness, equality, and respect that underpin a just society. There simply is no place for it in our modern world.

As legal professionals dedicated to upholding the rights and liberties of all individuals, we must stand firmly against the abhorrent presence of anti-Semitism, racism, misogyny, and all other forms of discrimination in our law practices. If our profession wants to continue progressing, it is crucial that we recognize the incredible strength and richness that diversity brings to our practices and the clients we represent. In our employment and labor law practices, we must promote policies and practices that foster an environment of diversity and inclusion, where individuals of all backgrounds feel valued, respected, and empowered. This requires robust anti-discrimination measures, comprehensive training programs, and proactive steps to eliminate biases that may hinder the advancement of diverse individuals.

We are trusted representatives in the field of employment and labor law, which means we have the unique opportunity to shape policies, advocate for change, and lead by example. Let us use our influence to champion diversity, equity, and inclusion, driving positive change in organizations and communities at large. Reach out to your peers, engage in dialogues, and collaborate with organizations and initiatives that uphold the principles of equal opportunity and fair treatment. Together, let us redouble our efforts to foster an inclusive society and to combat discrimination in every sphere of our practices.

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