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Employment Law Legal Analyst & Thought Leader
Workplace Media Commentator
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Angela Reddock-Wright:
Super Lawyers
2023
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Announcing Angela Reddock-Wright’s New Book
THE WORKPLACE TRANSFORMED
Following the “4 Es and 3 Ds”
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Best Lawyers Business - Cover Story
Women in Law:
Workplace and
Employment Mediation
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MEDIA APPEARANCES IN

LEGAL ANALYST & COMMENTATOR

LATEST MEDIA FEATURES

Angela Reddock-Wright Discussing Campus Protests & Future Job Opportunities - KABC-7 (May 2, 2024)

Angela Reddock-Wright Discussing The Future of DEI in the Workplace - Forbes Breaking News (March 18, 2024)

Angela Reddock-Wright Discussing Actress Gina Carano Suit Against Disney and Lucasfilm - Scripps News (February 7, 2024)

RADIO SHOW HOST

"Legal Lens with Angela Reddock-Wright" Radio Show

Bringing Law to Light

Hosting some of the nation’s top attorneys, legislators, policy and changemakers, utilizing a warm, yet provocative interview style, Reddock-Wright moderates a dialogue of trending legal issues with the goal of helping educate, engage, and empower listeners around issues of law.

AUTHOR

At a time when businesses and individuals were forced to embrace massive changes caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, Reddock-Wright’s book sheds light on issues that are critical to organizational success – at the height of the pandemic and beyond.

WORKPLACE & TITLE IX AUTHORITY

About Angela

Named to The Best Lawyers in America® for 2020 list in the field of Labor & Employment law, a top California Employment and Woman Lawyer among other honors, Angela Reddock-Wright, Esq., AWI-CH is a distinguished, long-time employment and labor law attorney, former litigator, mediator, arbitrator, workplace investigator, television commentator, mass media and production advisor.

When it comes to workplace issues, Reddock-Wright is known as the “workplace guru” and is well-regarded for staying up-to-date on and providing insightful commentary on the latest trends in the ever changing worlds of employment and labor law, Title IX sexual assault law, human resources and workplace trends, and hazing and bullying in schools and higher education.