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24th Annual Berkeley-Stanford Advanced Patent Law Institute: (Day 1, Panel 1) Ethical boundaries in litigation funding and case management

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Program occured December 7-8, 2023 Event Information | Agenda | Resources Day 1 Panel 1: Ethical boundaries in litigation funding and case management CA Legal Ethics MCLE Available   Speakers: Ben Herbert, Miller Barondess Aaron Nathan, Tensegrity   NOTE: B-CLE is only certified to give credit for California. If you are seeking credit for another jurisdiction, please check with your state bar to determine if California CLE credits are recognized, through reciprocity, in your jurisdiction.

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  • 25
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  • 6/20/26
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24th Annual Berkeley-Stanford Advanced Patent Law Institute: (Day 1, Panel 10) AI and the practice of law: ethical and practical issues

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Program occured December 7-8, 2023 Event Information | Agenda | Resources Day 1 Panel 10: AI and the practice of law: ethical and practical issues CA Legal Ethics MCLE Credit Available   Speakers: Colleen Chien, Berkeley Law Lisa Ouellette, Stanford Law Bijal Vikal, Allen & Overy Moderator: Miriam Kim, Munger, Tolles & Olson   NOTE: B-CLE is only certified to give credit for California. If you are seeking credit for another jurisdiction, please check with your state bar to determine if California CLE credits are recognized, through reciprocity, in your jurisdiction.

  • On-Demand
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  • 49
    Min.
  • 6/20/25
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24th Annual Berkeley-Stanford Advanced Patent Law Institute: (Day 2, Litigation, Panel 3) Elimination of bias in the courtroom

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Program occured December 7-8, 2023 Event Information | Agenda | Resources Litigation TrackDay 2 Panel 3: Elimination of bias in the courtroom CA Elimination of Bias MCLE Credit Available   Speakers: Judge Frederick Chung, Superior Court of California - Santa Clara County District Judge Beth Freeman, U.S. District Court - Northern District of California Magistrate Judge Peter Kang, U.S. District Court - Northern District of California Deanna Kwong, Hewlett Packard Enterprise   NOTE: B-CLE is only certified to give credit for California. If you are seeking credit for another jurisdiction, please check with your state bar to determine if California CLE credits are recognized, through reciprocity, in your jurisdiction.

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  • 48
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  • 6/20/25
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A discussion of truth and accountability programs as an intervention to detoxify a workplace

  • Author/Instructor:  Center on Comparative Equality & Anti-Discrimination Law

This dialogue features Kelly Dermody (Managing Partner of the San Francisco office of Lieff, Cabraser, Heimann & Bernstein, LLP.) and Ann Noel (Former General Counsel, California Fair Employment and Housing Commission). The discussion dives into truth and accountability programs in the private employment and institutional setting.   Thank you to our conference benefactors: Oppenheimer Investigations Group, LLP Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo, A Professional Law Corporation Lozano Smith, Attorneys at Law SCR Investigations Inc. Noel Workplace Consulting    If you need assistance accessing any of this information and/or would like to submit your evaluation, please email Charlie Tsunoda at charlietsunoda@berkeley.edu

  • On-Demand
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  • 60
    Min.
  • 8/7/24
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A Global Report on Sexual Harassment/Violence: Seven experts from five continents

  • Author/Instructor:  Center on Comparative Equality & Anti-Discrimination Law

A discussion between seven experts from around the world regarding a global report on sexual harassment and violence. Speakers (bios linked): Natasha de Silvia (Australia) Puja Kapai (Hong Kong) Katharina Miller (Spain) Robin Runge (US) Furaha-Joy Sekai Sangweme (Tanzania) Purna Sen (United Nations) Karen Vandekerchkhove (Belgium) Rachel Vogelstein (US)   If you need assistance accessing any of this information and/or would like to submit your evaluation, please email Charlie Tsunoda at charlietsunoda@berkeley.edu  

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  • 105
    Min.
  • 7/23/24
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Balancing Confidentiality with Transparency and Due Process in Investigations

  • Author/Instructor:  Center on Comparative Equality & Anti-Discrimination Law

This panel, presented by Vida Thomas (Managing Partner at Oppenheimer Investigations Group), Latika Malkani (Partner at Siegel LeWitter Malkani), and Heather Irwin (Employment Group Attorney at Gordon & Rees), explores transparency and confidentiality during the investigation life cycle. For example, who gets to see the complaint? What are the public's expectations when it comes to transparency of an investigation? Thank you to our conference benefactors: Oppenheimer Investigations Group, LLP Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo, A Professional Law Corporation Lozano Smith, Attorneys at Law SCR Investigations Inc. Noel Workplace Consulting     If you need assistance accessing any of this information and/or would like to submit your evaluation, please email Charlie Tsunoda at charlietsunoda@berkeley.edu

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  • 70
    Min.
  • 8/24/24
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Dispute resolution through community conflict resolution

  • Author/Instructor:  Center on Comparative Equality & Anti-Discrimination Law

Part II of the 2023 Sexual Harassment Program presents a panel of members of the Community Conflict Resolutions Unit (CCRU) of the California Civil Rights Department (bios linked): Marquez Equalibria (Assistant Deputy Director, Dispute Resolution Division, CA Civil Rights Department), Christina Teixeira (Fair Employment and Housing Counsel, Dispute Resolution Division, CA Civil Rights Department), and Greg Mann (Senior Fair Employment and Housing Counsel, Dispute Resolution Division, CA Civil Rights Department). The panel gives an overview of their work at the CCRU and techniques for successful conflict resolution. The first panel is followed by a second, which discusses the work of the Dispute Resolutions Unit, presented by Chhaya Malik (Deputy of Dispute Resolution, CA Civil Rights Department). Thank you to our conference benefactors: Oppenheimer Investigations Group, LLP Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo, A Professional Law Corporation Lozano Smith, Attorneys at Law SCR Investigations Inc. Noel Workplace Consulting    If you need assistance accessing any of this information and/or would like to submit your evaluation, please email Charlie Tsunoda at charlietsunoda@berkeley.edu

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  • 45
    Min.
  • 8/8/24
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Exploring the impact of the expanded protections for LGBTQIA+ students in the proposed Title IX rule revisions

  • Author/Instructor:  Center on Comparative Equality & Anti-Discrimination Law

Denise Oldham introduces speakers Kel O’Hara (they/them), Equal Rights Advocates, Shiwali Patel (she/her), National Women’s Law Center, Shaun Travers (he/him), University of California, San Diego. The program revolves around supporting LGBTQIA+ students while living in a cisgender paradigm. The panel explores the impacts of the expanded protections for LGBTQI+ students in the proposed Title IX rule revisions.   Speakers (bios linked): Denise Oldham, Co-Director of the Sexual Harassment and Violence Working Group of the Berkeley Center on Comparative Equality & Anti-Discrimination Law (moderator) Shiwali Patel, Director for Justice for Student Survivors and Senior Counsel for the National Women's Law Center  Shaun Travers, Campus Diversity Officer and Director of the Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Resource Center University of California San Diego Kel O'Hara, Attorney, Equal Rights Advocates   Thank you to our conference benefactors: Oppenheimer Investigations Group, LLP Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo, A Professional Law Corporation Lozano Smith, Attorneys at Law SCR Investigations Inc. Noel Workplace Consulting      If you need assistance accessing any of this information and/or would like to submit your evaluation, please email Charlie Tsunoda at charlietsunoda@berkeley.edu

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  • 36
    Min.
  • 8/24/24
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High-Profile Investigations

  • Author/Instructor:  Center on Comparative Equality & Anti-Discrimination Law

This panel, presented by Sue Ann Van Dermyden, Founding and Senior Partner at Van Dermyden Makus, Irma Moisa, Partner in Charge at Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo and Ann Olivarius, International Feminist Attorney and Founding Member of McAllister Olivarius, discusses what makes high-profile investigations different from other investigations. The panel reviews considerations pre-investigation, during the investigation, and post-investigation. Thank you to our conference benefactors: Oppenheimer Investigations Group, LLP Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo, A Professional Law Corporation Lozano Smith, Attorneys at Law SCR Investigations Inc. Noel Workplace Consulting     If you need assistance accessing any of this information and/or would like to submit your evaluation, please email Charlie Tsunoda at charlietsunoda@berkeley.edu

  • On-Demand
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  • 70
    Min.
  • 8/23/24
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ID&E in Tech: Steps Tech Employers Can Take to Reach Their ID&E Goals


DEI CLE credits available Tech company employers are facing pressure to accelerate progress on their ID&E goals, not only to address the disparate impacts arising from the pandemic, but also to advance ID&E as workplaces engage in post-pandemic transformation. What key actions can today's tech employers take to develop and meet meaningful ID&E goals? How does the tech industry compare to other industries? How do trends in the U.S. compare to global trends? Baker McKenzie answers these questions by level-setting with meaningful survey data from compliance, legal, HR, and diversity professionals around the globe. (This data is available with the program materials.) One key takeaway: though progress is being made, it is slower than most management teams want. Another key takeaway: measuring and tracking ID&E data is imperative to promoting ID&E growth in tech. Marredia Crawford and Autumn Sharp walk us through several important considerations for tech employers looking to advance their ID&E goals--from the necessity of using a data-informed strategy, to legal and employee trust issues around ID&E data collection, to the benefits of pay equity audits and employee resource groups. Whether you are starting a new program or looking to improve an existing ID&E initiative, this webcast is a great guide.

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  • 30
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  • 10/26/24
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Maximizing #MeToo: Intersectionality and the movement against sexual harassment

  • Author/Instructor:  Center on Comparative Equality & Anti-Discrimination Law

Professor Jamillah Williams from Georgetown Law Center (US) discusses how #MeToo and the resulting legal activity has not done enough to protect women of color, particularly black women, immigrant women of color, and low wage workers, with some proposals for reform.   If you need assistance accessing any of this information and/or would like to submit your evaluation, please email Charlie Tsunoda at charlietsunoda@berkeley.edu

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  • 60
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  • 7/24/24
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Part I: Preparing for an Effective Settlement Agreement

  • Author/Instructor:  Center on Comparative Equality & Anti-Discrimination Law

Part 1 of 3: A good settlement can provide effective resolution for your client, while a bad one can be a disaster. Experienced practitioners will discuss a wide range of practice tips to help you guide your client into an effective settlement agreement when litigated a sexual harassment, sexual assault/battery, gender discrimination and/or harassment case.   Speakers (bios linked): Beth W. Mora, Mora Employment Law (Moderator) Maha Ibrahim, Senior Attorney, Litigation & Policy, Equal Rights Advocates Wendy Musell, Wendy Musell Law Jean Hyams, Levy Vinick Burrell Hyams LLP Toni J. Jaramilla, Toni Jaramilla, A Professional Corporation   Thank you to our conference benefactors: Oppenheimer Investigations Group, LLP Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo, A Professional Law Corporation Lozano Smith, Attorneys at Law SCR Investigations Inc. Noel Workplace Consulting     If you need assistance accessing any of this information and/or would like to submit your evaluation, please email Charlie Tsunoda at charlietsunoda@berkeley.edu

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  • 85
    Min.
  • 8/28/24
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Part II: Settlements: Terms, Terms, & Terms – Language Matters

  • Author/Instructor:  Center on Comparative Equality & Anti-Discrimination Law

Part 2 of 3: A good settlement can provide effective resolution for your client, while a bad one can be a disaster. Experienced practitioners will discuss a wide range of practice tips to help you guide your client into an effective settlement agreement when litigated a sexual harassment, sexual assault/battery, gender discrimination and/or harassment case.   Speakers (bios linked): Beth W. Mora, Mora Employment Law (Moderator) Maha Ibrahim, Senior Attorney, Litigation & Policy, Equal Rights Advocates Wendy Musell, Wendy Musell Law Jean Hyams, Levy Vinick Burrell Hyams LLP Toni J. Jaramilla, Toni Jaramilla, A Professional Corporation Mia Munro, Genie Harrison Law Firm, APC   Thank you to our conference benefactors: Oppenheimer Investigations Group, LLP Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo, A Professional Law Corporation Lozano Smith, Attorneys at Law SCR Investigations Inc. Noel Workplace Consulting     If you need assistance accessing any of this information and/or would like to submit your evaluation, please email Charlie Tsunoda at charlietsunoda@berkeley.edu

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  • 105
    Min.
  • 8/24/24
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Part III: Settlements & Keeping the Post Break-Up Clean

  • Author/Instructor:  Center on Comparative Equality & Anti-Discrimination Law

Part 3 of 3: A good settlement can provide effective resolution for your client, while a bad one can be a disaster. Experienced practitioners discuss a wide range of practice tips to help you guide your client into an effective settlement agreement when litigated a sexual harassment, sexual assault/battery, gender discrimination and/or harassment case. Speakers (bios linked): Beth W. Mora, Mora Employment Law (Moderator) Maha Ibrahim, Senior Attorney, Litigation & Policy, Equal Rights Advocates Wendy Musell, Wendy Musell Law Mia Munro, Genie Harrison Law Firm, APC   Thank you to our conference benefactors: Oppenheimer Investigations Group, LLP Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo, A Professional Law Corporation Lozano Smith, Attorneys at Law SCR Investigations Inc. Noel Workplace Consulting     If you need assistance accessing any of this information and/or would like to submit your evaluation, please email Charlie Tsunoda at charlietsunoda@berkeley.edu

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  • 16
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  • 8/28/24
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Post-Dobbs and Title IX’s protections for pregnant students

  • Author/Instructor:  Center on Comparative Equality & Anti-Discrimination Law

Denise Oldham introduces speakers Bayliss Fiddiman (she/her) and Leila Abolfazli (she/her) from the National Women’s Law Center. The panel discusses the interaction between Title IX’s protections for pregnant students and laws in some states that restrict and/or criminalize abortion, in the post Dobbs v. Jackson women’s health era.   Speakers (bios linked): Denise Oldham, Co-Director of the Sexual Harassment and Violence Working Group of the Berkeley Center on Comparative Equality & Anti-Discrimination Law (moderator) Leila Abolfazli, National Women's Law Center Bayliss Fiddiman, National Women's Law Center   Thank you to our conference benefactors: Oppenheimer Investigations Group, LLP Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo, A Professional Law Corporation Lozano Smith, Attorneys at Law SCR Investigations Inc. Noel Workplace Consulting     If you need assistance accessing any of this information and/or would like to submit your evaluation, please email Charlie Tsunoda at charlietsunoda@berkeley.edu

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  • 30
    Min.
  • 8/28/24
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Sexual harassment, accountability, and restorative justice

  • Author/Instructor:  Center on Comparative Equality & Anti-Discrimination Law

This panel, presented by Ana Avedaño (Principal, Minga Strategies and Adjunct Professor of Law, University of Texas at Austin & City University of New York (CUNY)) and Elena Acevedo (Ethics & Investigations team at Intuit), explores restorative approaches to sexual harassment and accountability. Panelists discuss why we should consider restorative approaches. In addition, the program provides practical examples and issues.   Thank you to our conference benefactors: Oppenheimer Investigations Group, LLP Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo, A Professional Law Corporation Lozano Smith, Attorneys at Law SCR Investigations Inc. Noel Workplace Consulting     If you need assistance accessing any of this information and/or would like to submit your evaluation, please email Charlie Tsunoda at charlietsunoda@berkeley.edu

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  • 85
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  • 8/9/24
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The Future of Title IX: Past is Prologue, a keynote address by Nancy Chi Cantalupo

  • Author/Instructor:  Center on Comparative Equality & Anti-Discrimination Law

A keynote address on developments in Title IX law with a look ahead, by Associate Professor of Law and Associate Dean for Diversity, Equity and Belonging Nancy Chi Cantalupo. She is a leading scholar/activist on Title IX law. The keynote address is followed by a dialogue between Professor Cantalupo with Denise Oldham, the former Title IX officer at UC Berkeley, and co-director of the gender harassment working group of the Berkeley Center on Comparative Equality and Anti-Discrimination Law. Speakers (bios linked): Denise Oldham, Co-Director of the Sexual Harassment and Violence Working Group of the Berkeley Center on Comparative Equality & Anti-Discrimination Law (moderator) Nancy Chi Cantalupo, Associate Professor of Law and Associate Dean for Diversity, Equity and Belonging at Wayne State University Thank you to our conference benefactors: Oppenheimer Investigations Group, LLP Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo, A Professional Law Corporation Lozano Smith, Attorneys at Law SCR Investigations Inc. Noel Workplace Consulting     If you need assistance accessing any of this information and/or would like to submit your evaluation, please email Charlie Tsunoda at charlietsunoda@berkeley.edu

  • On-Demand
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  • 70
    Min.
  • 8/28/24
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The Impact of Climate Change on Persons with Disabilities: Is there a role for global strategic litigation?

  • Author/Instructor:  Center on Comparative Equality & Anti-Discrimination Law

Five speakers from Australia, Europe, and North America discuss prospective and existing litigation that addresses the impact of climate change on persons with disabilities.   This panel brings together academics, lawyers, activists, and individuals with lived experiences to discuss existing and prospective climate litigation that addresses the impacts of climate change and climate action on people with disabilities. The panel is moderated by Dr. Cristy Clark. Dr. Clark is an Associate Professor with the University of Canberra Law School whose research focuses on the intersection of human rights and the environment.   Professor Sébastien Jodoin, Associate Professor at McGill University; Canada Research Chair in Human Rights, Health, and the Environment; and Director of the Disability-Inclusive Climate Action Research Programme (Directeur, Programme de recherche sur l’action climatique inclusive du handicap) (Professeur agrégé et Titulaire de la Chaire de recherche du Canada sur les droits humains, la santé et l’environnement).   Dr. Laverne Jacobs is a Full Professor at the University of Windsor, Faculty of Law (Canada). She is the Co-Director of BCCE's Disability Rights Working Group and Founding Director of the Law, Disability & Social Change Project. In 2022, Professor Jacobs was elected to the United Nations’ Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and is currently completing a four-year term as an expert Committee member.    Michaela Kroemer is an attorney at the law firm Krömer (Austria).   Brittni Dienhoff works closely with local communities to tackle the climate crisis. Previously, Brittni worked in private practice providing complex climate risk advice to public and private sector clients across an array of industries. Her litigation experience has included working with Traditional Owner groups across Australia on land rights issues, and at the Human Rights Law Centre. Brittni holds a Bachelor of Law (Hons) and a Bachelor of Commerce (Economics) and has contributed to publications by the United Nations Environment Programme Finance Initiative and The Chancery Lane Project.   If you need assistance accessing any of this information and/or would like to submit your evaluation, please email Charlie Tsunoda at charlietsunoda@berkeley.edu

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  • 90
    Min.
  • 6/23/25
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The Legal Ethics of Independent Workplace Investigations

  • Author/Instructor:  Center on Comparative Equality & Anti-Discrimination Law

A discussion between three experts regarding unbiased and independent workplace investigatons, which includes 1 hour of ethics credit. Speakers (bios linked):  Amy Oppenheimer, Founder and Partner of Oppenheimer Investigations Group, a California law firm Mark Tuft, Certified Legal Malpractice Specialist and Partner at Womble Bond Dickinson Tanya Venter, Advocate of the High Court and CEO of Tokiso   Thank you to our conference benefactors: Oppenheimer Investigations Group, LLP Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo, A Professional Law Corporation Lozano Smith, Attorneys at Law SCR Investigations Inc. Noel Workplace Consulting   If you need assistance accessing any of this information and/or would like to submit your evaluation, please email Charlie Tsunoda at charlietsunoda@berkeley.edu  

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  • 60
    Min.
  • 8/21/24
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Title IX investigation developments in the shadow of COVID, a panel discussion

  • Author/Instructor:  Center on Comparative Equality & Anti-Discrimination Law

A panel of  experts discusses the latest developments in Title IX Investigations, including navigating the intersection of race and gender after COVID-19. Panelists: Vida Thomas (Partner at the Oppenheimer Investigations Group) Nyoki T. Sacramento (Assistant Vice Chancellor, Title IX Officer, EEO Officer, and ADA Coordinator at University of California, San Francisco) Natasha Baker (Managing Attorney, Novus Law Firm)   If you need assistance accessing any of this information and/or would like to submit your evaluation, please email Charlie Tsunoda at charlietsunoda@berkeley.edu

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  • 60
    Min.
  • 8/4/24
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