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What does CWLC stand for?

CWLC stands for California Women's Law Center

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Abby Leibman, an expert in sex discrimination cases who founded the California Women's Law Center, will consult with United Firefighters of Los Angeles City about ways to address the issues raised in the audit, union President Pat McOsker said Thursday.
While the majority of Title IX cases are filed against colleges, the most egregious discrimination occurs at the K-12 level, to younger athletes who lack the political clout to object," said Nancy Solomon, senior staff attorney at the California Women's Law Center in Los Angeles.
For the second act I sang duets with people who had been singing with me throughout my life: my sister, a college friend who was a fellow camp counselor, the two women who started the California Women's Law Center with me, and, to represent the current chapter in my life, California state senator Martha Escutia, who sang "Imagine" with me.
Feminist groups like the California Women's Law Center hope that passage of SB 730 heads off judicial rulings like that which occurred when Gary LaMusga sued to prevent his wife from moving their children to Ohio, and what is likely to result in the Eisendrath case thanks to the state Supreme Court's decision.
List of California Groups Opposing Kuhl and Brown Confirmation Follows California Organizations Opposing Confirmation of Janice Rogers Brown Asian Pacific Bar Association of the Greater Bay Area Asian Pacific Islander Legal Outreach Black Women Lawyers of Los Angeles California Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League California Association of Black Lawyers California Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO California National Organization for Women California Women's Law Center Californians for Alternatives to Toxics Chinese for Affirmative Action Democrats.
Members of the Coalition include: Labor Project for Working Families; The Legal Aid Society-Employment Law Center; National Partnership for Women & Families; California Labor Federation, Office of Senator Sheila Kuehl; First 5 California; Family Caregiver Alliance/National Center on Caregiving; Equal Rights Advocates; California National Organization for Women; CA Commission on the Status of Women; Asian Law Caucus; and the California Women's Law Center.