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Legal Trainings: Sexual Assault and Harassment

May 15, 2020

CWLC regularly develops and hosts trainings on a range of topics. These trainings are recorded and available to help attorneys and non-attorneys understand the laws and regulations impacting women and girls. Many of these trainings are approved for Minimum Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) credit. Please contact us if you have specific legal questions or would
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Legal Guides: Sexual Assault and Harassment

May 15, 2020

CWLC produces legal guides to assist attorneys and non-attorneys in their understanding of the legal rights of women and girls. Please contact us if you have specific questions that are not addressed here.

Amicus Briefs and Public Comment: Sexual Assault and Harassment

November 5, 2019

One way CWLC advocates is by sharing our expertise through amicus briefs and comments to government agencies. Each year, CWLC participates in dozens of amicus briefs addressing a variety of legal issues. We also respond to proposed regulation changes by submitting public comments outlining the impact a proposal could have on women and girls. Below
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Sponsored Legislation: Justice for Victims Act (2016)

December 30, 2016

CWLC was a co-sponsor of Senate Bill 813, the Justice for Victims Act. Authored by Senator Connie Leyva, this landmark bipartisan bill eliminates the arbitrary statute of limitations for rape and related felony sex crimes in California. Now, regardless of when a rape or sexual assault is reported or discovered, victims of sexual crimes can
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Additional Resources: Sexual Assault and Harassment

December 20, 2016

The California Women’s Law Center closely monitors the fight to end sexual assault on college campuses and is committed to providing students and their advocates the resources they need to prevent campus sexual assaults and secure justice for survivors.   The California Victim Compensation Program (CalVCP) can help victims and family members of victims of
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