Laura Riley is a staff attorney with California Women's Law Center (CWLC).
Laura Riley is a public interest attorney primarily working in the areas of health, disability rights and employment law. Most recently, Laura worked for plaintiff-side employment firms and has also worked at the Disability Rights Legal Center. She served as a clerk for Judge Patrick Robinson, head of the joint appellate court for the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia and International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. During law school, Laura externed for Judge Dean Pregerson and has assisted the ACLU, Human Rights Watch, The Wage Justice Center and the National Immigration Law Center. She is a Barristers Liaison to the Los Angeles County Bar Association’s Labor and Employment Section. A graduate of USC Law School, she received her undergraduate degree from Barnard College.
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