The Women's Employment Rights Clinic (WERC) of Golden Gate University School of Law, founded in 1993, believes that every worker has a right to decent wages and equal opportunity. In conjunction with community based organizations, WERC advocates for the rights of low-wage and immigrant workers through direct service, impact litigation and public policy work. WERC also serves the dual purpose of training the next generation of ethical, competent, and socially responsible professionals. WERC is one of a handful of clinical legal programs around the nation providing comprehensive services for workplace problems.


Submissions from 2021


Fall 2021 Newsletter, Golden Gate University School of Law

Submissions from 2017


Mission Beach Cafe sued by workers claiming wage violations, Dominic Fracassa


2017 Newsletter, Golden Gate University School of Law

Submissions from 2014


WERC Newsletter, Fall 2014, Hina B. Shah

Submissions from 2008


A HIGHER HURDLE: Barriers to Employment for Formerly Incarcerated Women, Marci Seville

Submissions from 2007


Law Professors' Comments in Response to the DOL Request for Information on the Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993, Marci Seville

Submissions from 2005


Reinforcing the Seams: Guaranteeing the Promise of California’s Landmark Anti-Sweatshop Law - An Evaluation of Assembly Bill 633 Six Years Later, Marci Seville

Submissions from 1997


Know Your Rights: A Guide to Employment Law for California Workers, Marci Seville, Maria Blanco, Whitney Gabriel, and Anne Yen