Community Outreach Work Helping The Community
|June 7, 2013 Daily Journal|
|Toni Jaramilla (in pink coat)- Demonstrating in a mass “die-in” against police brutality towards Blacks and other minorities in front of the Los Angeles Superior Court.|
|2010 Attorney of the Year Award: Toni Jaramilla was presented with the “Joe Posner Award” by the California Employment Lawyers Association. This is a distinguished award given to one attorney a year for tireless commitment to the betterment of the plight of workers in California.|
|Anita Hill: Anita Hill was a keynote speaker at the State Bar Labor & Employment Law Section conference. Ms. Jaramilla is a past Chair of the State Bar Labor & Employment Law Section as well as a past Executive Board Member and Advisor.|
|Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye: Ms. Jaramilla is pictured with Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye, Chief Justice of the California Supreme Court. Ms. Jaramilla accepted the “Diversity Award” on behalf of the California Employment Lawyers Association, in which she served as Chair (2011-2013).|
|Hangman’s noose in workplace: Ms. Jaramilla has successfully litigated cases involving a “hangman’s noose” in the workplace on behalf of clients who were subjected to racial harassment and threats of violence.|
|Justice Sotomayor: Ms. Jaramilla with Justice Sonia Sotomayor, U.S. Supreme Court Justice.|
|LA Daily Journal Loyola Diversity Outreach|
|Walk to End Genocide|
|Bill Clinton and my office (Toni, May Mallari with Bill)|
|Julie Su, California Labor Commissioner with Toni Jaramilla.|
|Toni and Manny Pacquiao at the Philippine American Bar Association, honoring Mr. Pacquiao’s humanitarian work.|
|Julie Su, California Labor Commissioner with CELA Board Members, Virginia Keeny, Bernard Alexander, and Toni Jaramilla.|
|California Employment Lawyers Association, 2011 Annual Employment Law Conference during the Diversity Outreach luncheon.
From Left to Right: Supreeta Sampath, CELA Diversity Committee Co-Chair, Toni Jaramilla, Chair of the California Employment Lawyers Association, Phyllis Cheng, Director of the Department of Fair Employment and Housing, Bryan Schwartz, CELA Diversity Committee, Co-Chair.