Ex-Director Accuses Berkeley Social Justice Center of Bias

, The National Law Journal


The former director of a social justice center at the University of California, Berkeley School of Law has sued her ex-boss, claiming that she was unjustly fired amid an undercurrent of racial tension at the center and the law school.

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  • Tom

    Looks like Ms. White has made herself fairly unemployable - her comments at the gala merely confirm that she has no judgment.

  • Darren McKinney, American Tort Reform Association, Washington, D.C.

    Leaving aside the absurdity of accusing of racial bias a far left law school headed by an ultra-sensitive and politically-correct black man, anyone who feels disrespected by any employer should simply and discreetly seek another employer -- not a parasitic employment lawyer who'll goad you into a pathetic, revealing lawsuit for all to hear and see. Life's too short, folks. Try your best to get along and, failing that, at least stay classy.

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