I am a retired attorney who specialized in public sector employment law representing plaintiffs. I was deeply involved in the civil rights movement and maintain my interest in constitutional and civil rights law. I was also a whistle blower before becoming an attorney. Other than that, I'm quite normal.
Inactive status in the State Bar of California.
Jd. Hastings College of the Law. M.A. (Economics) University of Texas. B.A. (Political Science) UCLA.
Professional Associations & Memberships
The Friar Society (University of Texas). Order of the Golden Bruin (UCLA).
Honors and Awards
My greatest honor was receiving a White House pen for the signing of the 1965 Voting Rights Act, and being beaten up in jail on a Freedom Ride to Houston, Texas, in 1961.
Areas of Practice
- Civil Rights
- Constitutional Law
- Labor & Employment Law
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