Angela J. Reddock-Wright


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“I’m constantly thinking of ways to keep the conversation going in mediation. My role as a mediator is not just to shuffle numbers back and forth, but to provide insights about the parties’ factual and legal positions and help guide them toward a resolution. This is what we call evaluative mediation. I see myself both as a facilitative and evaluative mediator, and on a particularly good day, a transformative mediator. This is why I believe parties hire me.”

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Practice Areas

  • Business and Commercial Contracts
  • Church and Religious Disputes
  • Class Action
  • Collective Bargaining
  • Construction
  • Educational Law
  • Employment
  • Government & Public Sector Disputes
  • Labor
  • PAGA
  • Personal Injury
  • School Bullying
  • Sexual Assault Claims
  • Title IX
  • Tort Disputes
  • Wage & Hour
  • Wrongful Termination


  • J.D., University of California, Los Angeles 
  • B.A., Amherst College, cum laude  
    • Semester study in modern British literature and politics, St. Catherine’s College, Oxford University 


Angela J. Reddock-Wright is highly regarded across the state of California as a leading neutral in all employment and labor-related matters and Title IX sexual assault, hazing, and bullying cases.  

A licensed attorney for nearly 30 years, Reddock-Wright’s over-15-year tenure as an employment and labor law litigator and workplace and Title IX investigator set the stage for the opening of her own mediation and dispute-resolution practice, the Reddock Law Group, in 2011. Since then, she has mediated some of the most sensitive and high-profile cases involving private, public, and nonprofit sector employers and employees regarding issues of race, sex, gender, and disability, among others. Her empathetic demeanor and her drive to create healthier, thriving workplaces are apparent in every case she takes on.  

In addition to Reddock-Wright’s employment and labor law expertise, she is also highly regarded for her experience in Title IX sexual assault, school tort, bullying, and hazing cases.  

In recent years, Reddock-Wright has been a go-to mediator, consultant, and trainer for issues relating to race and ethnicity, including cases and matters stemming from the death of George Floyd in 2020, rising employee activism, the #BlackLivesMatter and #MeToo movements. As a result of her reputation and work in this area, Reddock-Wright was consulted by the Screen Actors Guild (SAG-AFTRA) to assist in updating its member policies against sexual harassment.  

Reddock-Wright’s career contains a myriad of achievements, most notably her recent features by Best Lawyers and Super Lawyers for her career success stemming from her humble beginnings in Birmingham, Alabama and Compton, California. Reddock-Wright’s commitment to her work as a mediator and neutral is demonstrated by her deep engagement in the legal and ADR communities. This includes her time as president of the Southern California Mediation Association and her current role as an adjunct faculty member for the employment mediation clinic at the USC Gould School of Law, where she helps train, mentor, and inspire the next generation of attorneys, mediators, and ADR professionals. Reddock-Wright also is a past member of the Board of Trustees for the Los Angeles County Bar Association (LACBA) and currently serves on the Executive Committee of the LACBA Labor and Employment Section.   

Reddock-Wright has also shown a deep commitment to the larger community through her nonprofit and civic board service, including her time as a member of the Los Angeles Community College Board of Trustees, the State Board of Barbering and Cosmetology, the County of Los Angeles Small Business and Local Government Services Commissions, and the City of Los Angeles Transportation Commission.  

Reddock-Wright’s current nonprofit board service includes organizations such as the Los Angeles Urban League and the Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce. Her past nonprofit board service has included organizations such as Ability First (former Board Chair), the Los Angeles African American Women’s Public Policy Institute (founding member and Board Chair), the Young Invincibles, Women Involved in Non-Traditional Employment Roles (WINTER), and the Brentwood School.  

Furthermore, Reddock-Wright has been honored by her peers as one of The Best Lawyers in America® since 2020 and was recognized by Super Lawyers as a Top 50 Woman Attorney in Los Angeles, in addition to over a dozen other accolades across a number of publications and organizations. One of her most recent achievements was the authorship of her book, The Workplace Transformed: 7 Crucial Lessons from the Global Pandemic. She also hosts the community radio show Legal Lens with Angela Reddock-Wright on Tavis Smiley’s KBLA Talk 1580.  

Such a decorated career in law and alternative dispute resolution is attributed to Reddock-Wright’s balanced, facilitative, and evaluative style and championing of the mediation process. Reddock-Wright is driven by an understanding that conflict, particularly workplace conflict, is an inevitable aspect of human nature—and that it can be mitigated by listening, understanding, and guiding parties to resolution. Her experiences as a former employment and labor law litigator and workplace and Title IX investigator have also shaped this perspective. Having conducted thousands of interviews with clients from all walks of life taught her the value of showing compassion and building trust when eliciting information, a practice she continues in her mediation practice today. 

Her extensive history across practice areas includes:  

As a nearly 30-year employment attorney, Reddock-Wright has worked across the full spectrum of employment and labor law. This includes her work as an employment and labor law litigator and workplace and Title IX investigator for more than 15 years, and her in-house work in the capacity of general counsel, chief operating officer, and human resources officer for the Los Angeles Urban League, a well-regarded nonprofit civil rights organization, where she now serves as a board member.  

As a litigator, Reddock-Wright represented clients in all aspects of employment cases, including claims of race, sex, gender, and other forms of discrimination, retaliation, and wage and hour claims.  

As a workplace and Title IX investigator, Reddock-Wright has investigated several high-profile cases involving private, public sector, and nonprofit entities, including clients in higher education and other school entities, as well as clients in the gaming and entertainment industries. Reddock- Wright is certified through the Association of Workplace Investigators, and she also serves on the Los Angeles County Equity Oversight Commission, a panel of 10 expert employment-law attorneys who review and provide insight into Los Angeles County’s human resources and equity investigations.  

Reddock-Wright’s in-house experience enables her unique understanding of how organizations work from the inside out, particularly how legal and risk-management issues must be balanced against maintaining employee morale, the overall business, and other needs of the organization.  

Reddock-Wright is experienced in labor and construction cases involving unions, strikes, collective bargaining, labor relations, and Project Labor Agreements. She notably served as the compliance manager for the multibillion-dollar LAMP construction project at LAX, as well as co-administrator for the Project Labor Agreement for the So-Fi Stadium, where the Los Angeles Rams and Los Angeles Chargers NFL football teams play.  

Her experience in union and labor issues also led to an opportunity to work as a consultant to the Screen Actors Guild of America (SAG-AFTRA) to assist in updating its policies for members regarding sexual harassment claims in the wake of the #MeToo movement. 

As mentioned, Reddock-Wright is certified through the Association of Workplace Investigators as a workplace investigator. She has extensive experience mediating and, in the past, investigating workplace and Title IX sexual assault, hazing, and bullying cases for K–12 schools, independent schools, colleges, and universities.  

As a litigator, Reddock-Wright handled two defining wrongful death, hazing, and personal injury cases involving leading African American sororities. She also handled the appeal in a high-profile juvenile criminal case involving a wrongful death resulting from teen bullying. As a mediator, she has been similarly engaged in high-profile racial discrimination cases in the wake of George Floyd’s death and the rise of the #BlackLivesMatter and #MeToo movements, and the rise of employee activism.  

Reddock-Wright served as a member of the Board of Trustees for the Los Angeles Community College District, the largest community college district in the country, and has extensive experience working with the University of California (UC), California State University (CSU), and several other private colleges and universities within California.


  • Mediator, Signature Resolution (February 2023–Present)
  • Founder and Managing Partner, Reddock Law Group (2011–Present) (re-opened as a mediation and dispute resolution firm) 
  • Mediator and Arbitrator, Judicate West (2020–2023)  
  • Mediator and Arbitrator, American Arbitration Association (2013–Present)
  • Panel Member, Los Angeles County Equity Oversight Panel (2016–Present)
  • Outside General Counsel/COO/CHRO, Los Angeles Urban League (2009–2015)  
  • Partner and Co-Chair, Carroll, Burdick & McDonough, LLP (2007–2009)  
  • Founder and Managing Partner, Reddock Law Group (2002–2007) (then an employment and labor law litigation firm) 
  • Associate Attorney, Jackson Lewis (1999–2001)  
  • Associate Attorney, Gartner & Young, APC (1995–1998)



  • Adjunct Faculty, USC Gould School of Law Employment Mediation Clinic (2021–Present)  
  • Adjunct Faculty, California State University Dominguez Hills, Negotiation, Conflict Resolution and Peacebuilding Program (2018–Present)  
  • Volunteer Panel Mediator, U.S. District Court, Central District of California (2014–Present)  
  • Instructor in Human Resources and Employment Law, UCLA Extension (2014–Present)  
  • Volunteer MSC Settlement Officer, LA County Superior Court CRASH Settlement Program (2013–2014) 
  • Volunteer Small Claims Court Mediator, LA County Superior Court (2011–2014)  



  • Certified Investigator, Association of Workplace Investigators (2017, member since 2014)  
  • Business and Civic Fellow to Israel, Jewish Federation of Los Angeles (2013)  
  • Mediation Training, Straus Institute Pepperdine University School of Law, “Litigating the Mediated Case” (2011)  
  • Arbitration and Mediation Training, American Arbitration Association (2011–Present)  
  • American Marshall Fellow to Europe, The German Marshall Fund of the United States (2010)  
  • Postgraduate fellowship in public policy and public affairs, Coro Foundation (1992)  



  • Member, Board of Directors, Los Angeles Urban League 
  • Member, Board of Trustees, Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce 
  • Advisory Board Member, International Black Women’s Public Policy Institute
  • Advisory Board Member, Young Invincibles
  • Member, Strategic Committee, CA Black Women’s Think Tank, Black Women’s Leadership Certificate Program at California State University Dominguez Hills
  • Former Board Member, The Brentwood School  
  • Former Board Member, The Los Angeles Community College District Board of Trustees 
  • Former Board Member, California State Board of Barbering & Cosmetology 
  • Former Commissioner, Los Angeles County Local Government Services & Small Business Commissions 
  • Former Commissioner, City of Los Angeles Transportation Commission
  • A Founding Member & Former Board Chair, Los Angeles African American Women’s Public Policy Institute
  • Former Board Member, Women in Non-Traditional Employment Roles (WINTER)



  • Author, “New Title IX rules will require new approaches to mediation,” Daily Journal (March 31, 2023)
  • Feature Story, “Resolution Oriented: Angela Reddock-Wright’s fight for a better workplace, one mediation at a time,” Super Lawyers Magazine (2023) 
  • Author, The Workplace Transformed: 7 Crucial Lessons from the Global Pandemic (2022) 
  • Author, “Mediating Pay Equity Disputes in an Era of Greater Disclosure,” Bloomberg Law (October 25, 2022) 
  • Feature Story, “A Conversation with Workplace Thought Leader,” Best Lawyers: Women in the Law magazine (June 3, 2022)  
  • Author, “Equal Pay Claims: Mediation and Settlement Practice Tips,” Bloomberg Law (June 29, 2022) 
  • Author, “Navigating Mental Health and Trauma Issues in Employment Mediations,” Daily Journal (May 22, 2022) 
  • Author, “The Future of Workplace Equality,” ALM, The Recorder (February 15, 2022) 
  • Author, “New Law May Change the Employment Settlement Equation,” Daily Journal (January 24, 2022) 
  • Profiled, “Attorney Spotlight: Angela Reddock-Wright” by the National Bar Association Commercial Law Section (NBA-CLS) (November 2, 2021) 
  • Author, “Title IX: Assaults shine spotlight on schools’ responsibilities,” Daily Journal (November 22, 2021) 
  • Author, “The Key to Resolving Strike Woes,” Daily Journal (October 15, 2021) 
  • Radio Show Host, Legal Lens with Angela Reddock-Wright, Tavis Smiley’s KBLA Talk 1580 (October 2021–present) 
  • Author, “Mediating Employment Discrimination Cases,” Advocate, the journal of Consumer Attorneys Associations for Southern California (September 4, 2021)  
  • Author, “Restored EDD Unemployment Benefits Requirements and Reigniting the Workforce,” Daily Journal (July 26, 2021) 
  • Author, “Shattering the Glass Ceiling by Negotiating Your Worth,” Los Angeles Business Journal (June 21, 2021) 
  • Profiled, “Women Who Inspire,” WELUM (April 22, 2021)  
  • Profiled, “How African American-owned Businesses are Helping Build the Airport of the Future,” Los Angeles Sentinel (January 21, 2021) 
  • Featured, “Emotional Intelligence: Angela Reddock-Wright establishes trust by being attuned to the impact of her actions,” Daily Journal (October 23, 2020) 
  • Legal and Workplace Blogger, (2020–Present) 
  • Profiled, “Executive Insights” column, Los Angeles Business Journal (August 31, 2020) 
  • Contributor, “What Happens when COVID Shuts Civil Courts?,” Los Angeles Times (2020) 
  • Author, “#BlackLivesMatter and Conflict Resolution: A Trauma-Informed Approach to Mediating Claims of Race Discrimination,” Daily Journal (July 24, 2020) 
  • Profiled, “The Resolution Issue: The Changing Face of Arbitration,” Daily Journal (January 22, 2020)  
  • Feature Story, “How I Made It” column, Los Angeles Times (2019)  
  • Feature Story, “Angela Reddock-Wright Works to Stem Hollywood ‘Casting Couch,’ Our Weekly (2019)  
  • Feature Story, “Attorney Angela J. Reddock-Wright Installed as President of the Southern California Mediation Association,” PACE News (November 9, 2018) 
  • Feature Story, “Neighbors: Carson woman aims to help promote conflict resolution as president of the Southern California Mediation Association,” Daily Breeze (November 11, 2018) 
  • Feature Story, “A Different Course: Angela Reddock-Wright switched from employment litigation to workplace investigations,” Daily Journal (March 26, 2018)  
  • Profiled, “Game Changers: Angela Reddock-Wright,” LA Focus Newspaper (December 5, 2018)  
  • Contributor, “Inside Out: Challenges and Innovations in Handling Internal Workplace Complaints,” Association of Workplace Investigators (AWI) Journal (November 5, 2017) 
  • Profiled, “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes,” Stiletto Gals (October 13, 2016) 
  • Author,Sponsor vs. Mentor: The Example of American Ballet Theater Principal Ballerina Misty Copeland,Working World Magazine (August 31, 2015) 
  • Author, “American Apparel’s Sexual Harassment Policy” (June 11, 2015) 
  • Author, Swift Investigation of Sterling-Clippers Discrimination Incident Well Played, (May 1, 2014) 
  • Author, “Is Your Hair Holding You Back in the Workplace?,” Essence Magazine (December 2013) 
  • Author, “Thanksgiving and Black Friday Protests: Unfair Labor Practices? A look into the future of the American Workplace,” (November 26, 2012) 
  • Author, “6 Tips to Avoid Harassment and Discrimination Claims,” (May 8, 2012) 
  • Feature Story, American Bar Association, “The Woman Advocate,” Celebrating the Achievements of Women Lawyers (2010) 
  • Contributing Author, Inside the Minds: Labor & Employment Client Strategies, Aspatore Books (July 1, 2008) 
  • Special Editor, How to Survive Your First Job Interview, Hundreds of Heads Books (2007) 
  • Contributing Legal Analyst & Commentator, numerous media outlets including ABC’s Good Morning America, MSNBC, CNN, BBC, NPR, Court TV, Entertainment Tonight, Law and Crime with Brian Ross, Scripps News/NewsNation, ABC News, CBS News, Fox 11 News, KTLA-5, the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times,, Daily Journal (2002–present) 



  • Keynote Speaker, “#StoptheHate in the Workplace,” Black Business Association of Los Angeles, Our Weekly Newspaper, & Recycling Black Dollars of Los Angeles Community Briefing (April 6, 2023)
  • Panelist, “Fighting for Equal Pay,” 2023 Black Enterprise Women of Power Summit (March 10, 2023)
  • Panelist, “Litigation Skills: Employment Law Practitioners” for the Black Women Lawyers Association of Los Angeles (January 17, 2023) 
  • Panelist, “Dealing with Issues of Implicit Bias in Negotiations,” USC School of Law Negotiations class (November 7, 2022) 
  • Keynote Speaker, “How I Made It,” SCMA Webinar Series (October 17, 2022) 
  • Panel Moderator, “California CCP 998 offers,” LACBA Labor & Employment Law Section—breakfast (September 29, 2022) 
  • Keynote Speaker, VICA Extraordinary Women in Leadership Conference (March 19, 2021) 
  • Panelist, “Is Civility Enough?: A Practical, Frank and Elevated Dialogue on Civility, Diversity and Inclusion,” College of Employment and Labor Lawyers (November 14, 2020) 
  • Panelist, California Employment Lawyers Association’s Employment Mediators Roundtable Webinar (October 9, 2020) 
  • Panelist, “Employment Law Considerations for Small Businesses During Covid,” Langston Bar Association’s Bankers & Lawyers for Community Development Virtual Seminar Series (September 30, 2020) 
  • Keynote Speaker, “Effective Salary Negotiation,” UCLA Alumni Network Webinar (September 15, 2020) 
  • Keynote Speaker, “The New Corporate Activism: Employee-Driven, Values-Led,” Camber (July 23, 2020) 
  • Keynote Speaker, “Cross-Cultural Negotiation in 2020,” Will Work for Food speaker series, moderator Jeff Kichaven (July 2, 2020) 
  • Panelist, “COVID-19: Flatten the Curve, Bridge the Divide,” LAWA LeadersUp Webinar (May 21, 2020) 
  • Panelist, “Navigating Employment Concerns and Economic Challenges of COVID-19 with Angela Reddock-Wright, Esq. and Darrell R. Brown,” Harbor Area Chapter of The Links (May 13, 2020) 
  • Keynote Speaker, “COVID-19 and the Workplace,” Blue Shield of California Promise Health Plan Partners (May 1, 2020) 
  • Speaker, “Career Conversations: Issues Regarding COVID-19 and the Workplace,” UCLA Alumni Career Engagement Webinar (April 29, 2020) 
  • Speaker, “Directive and Evaluative Tools in Mediation,” American Bar Association Advanced Mediation Skills Institute (November 15 and 16, 2019) 
  • Speaker, “Strategies for ‘Openings’ and ‘Tit-for-Tat’ Strategies in Mediation,” California Lawyers Association 2019 Advanced Mediation Conference (November 14, 2019) 
  • Speaker, “Mediation for HR Professionals,” Ventura PIHRA Chapter Meeting (September 19, 2019) 
  • Speaker, “What Employees Really Want in the Workplace” at PIHRA’s 2019 California HR Conference (August 26, 2019) 
  • Speaker, “Advice on Becoming a Neutral,” John M. Langston Bar Association (July 31, 2019) 
  • Panelist, “Being the She-EO of Your Career: Perspectives of Women Attorneys of Color,” CMCP (March 28, 2019)  
  • Speaker, “Employers Are from Mars, Employees Are from Venus: Top 10 Things Employees Really Want in the Workplace,” HR Stars Conference (March 20, 2019) 
  • Speaker, “Intersectionality and Involving Women of Color in the Women’s Movement, annual UC Women’s Leadership Conference (March 3, 2019) 
  • Speaker, “When Neutrality, Confidentiality and Ethics Collide: Guidance for Mediators,” American Bar Association ADR Section Mediation Webinar series (February 13, 2019) 
  • Speaker, “HR Professionals as Problem Solvers: Tools that Top Mediators Use to Resolve Cases and Workplace Conflicts,” HR Stars Conference (September 6, 2018) 
  • Speaker, “Can’t We All Get Along? Tips and Tools for Helping HR Professionals Resolve Conflict in the Workplace,” PIHRA California HR Conference (August 27, 2018) 
  • Speaker, “Use Your Law Degree to Reach Your Full Potential, and Change the World” for the California Employment Lawyers Association (CELA), Foundation for Advocacy, Inclusion & Resources (April 11, 2018) 
  • Speaker, “The Importance of Mediation” for LA City Television Channel for Mediation Awareness Week (March 28, 2018) 
  • Speaker, “Discovering Your Ethical Compass,” Eastern Claims Conference (April 4, 2017) 
  • Panelist, “Social Media in the Workplace,” 2017 Black Women Lawyers of Los Angeles (January 26, 2017) 
  • Panelist, “Women’s Issues in the Workplace: The Current State of Gender Bias and Where We Go from Here,” Pasadena Bar Association’s Labor & Employment Section and Women’s Focus Group Meeting (September 8, 2015) 
  • Speaker, “Recent Updates in Employment Law for Small Business Owners, Including the New California Paid Sick Leave Act,” California Board of Equalization Member Jerome Horton’s Connecting Women to Power Business Conference (June 18, 2015) 
  • Speaker, “The New California Paid Sick Leave Act,” Los Angeles Chapter of the National Association of African Americans in Human Resources (June 16, 2015) 
  • Keynote Speaker, “Mediation Beyond Boundaries: Staying True to Our Core Principles, Training and Values,” ABA Dispute Resolution Section Advanced Mediation & Advocacy Skills Institute (November 6, 2021) 
  • Panelist, “Beyond the Glass Ceiling,” Los Angeles Business Journal’s 2021 Women’s Leadership Awards (June 9, 2021) 
  • Keynote Speaker, “The Latest Federal and State Laws Relating to COVID-19 and the Workplace,” Recycling Black Dollars and the Black Business Association of Los Angeles’ Weekly Community Business Briefing for Business Owners and Entrepreneurs (April 1, 2021) 



  • “Today’s Workplace” with Barbara Johnson and Belinda Reed Shannon (December 2022) 
  • “Small Business Front Hack My Business Episode: The Employment Law Handbook Explained” (February 2022) 
  • Lex Blog Podcast Regarding Reddock-Wright’s Commitment to Legal Blogging (February 4, 2021) 
  • “SheSez” with Linda Grasso Podcast: women on the things that matter most—happiness, health & purpose (September 1, 2020) 
  • “#MeToo and Conflicts in Workplaces, Schools, and Beyond: A Conversation with Angela Reddock-Wright,” American Bar Association Podcast (April 21, 2020) 
  • “The Unemployment Tsunami Triggered By Coronavirus,” Chitra Ragavan’s Good Story Podcast ‘When It Mattered’ (April 20, 2020) 
  • “WTF (What the Furlough): Navigating Your Finances During the Covid-19 Pandemic,” Directionally Challenged Podcast with Candice King and Kayla Ewell (April 6, 2020) 

Professional Achievements and Memberships

  • Top 100 Lawyers in Los Angeles, Los Angeles Business Journal (2023) 
  • Member, National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals (2023–Present) 
  • Member, College of Labor and Employment Lawyers (2021–Present)
  • Member, State Bar of California (1996) 
  • Member, American Bar Association 
    • Member, Labor & Employment and Dispute Resolution Sections 
    • Former Vice Chair of Diversity, Torts and Insurance Practice, Employment and Labor Law Section  
    • Member, National Bar Association, Commercial Law Section 
  • Member, National Employment Law Council (NELC) 
  • Member, California Minority Corporate Counsel Program (CMCP)  
  • Member, California Association of Black Lawyers  
  • Member, Los Angeles County Bar Association (LACBA)  
    • Member, LACBA Executive Committee, Labor & Employment Law Section (2022-Present) 
    • Member, LACBA Board of Trustees  
    • Member, Board of Trustees, LACBA Young Lawyers Division 
  • Member, Black Women Lawyers of Los Angeles  
  • Member, John M. Langston Bar Association  
  • Member, Charles Hamilton Houston Bar Association 
  • Member, Richard T. Fields Bar Association 
  • Top 50 Women Attorneys in Los Angeles List, Super Lawyers, Los Angeles Magazine (2023)  
  • Community Impact Award Nominee, Los Angeles Business Journal (2022, 2023)
  • Top Commercial Mediators List, WWL (2022) 
  • DEI&A Visionaries List, LA Times B2B (2022) 
  • Leaders of Influence: Labor & Employment Attorneys List, Los Angeles Business Journal (2022) 
  • Inspirational Women’s List, LA Times B2B (2021-2022) 
  • Legal Visionaries List, LA Times B2B (2021-2022)  
  • Mentee, International Academy of Mediators (2020-Present) 
  • Best Lawyer in America, Field of Arbitration and Labor & Employment Law, U.S. News & World Report (2020-2023) 
  • Women’s Leadership Council and Awards (2022 winner, 2021 finalist, 2018-2020 nominee) 
  • Top Labor and Employment Lawyers List, The Best Lawyers in America® (2022, 2021, and 2020) 
  • Wonder Women – Advocates for Change List, Professional Woman Magazine (2020) 
  • Most Influential Minority Attorneys List, Los Angeles Business Journal (2020, 2019, 2016) 
  • Leading Labor & Employment Lawyers List, Los Angeles Daily Journal (2019, 2010)  
  • Top Labor and Employment Lawyers List, Los Angeles Daily Journal (2019, 2010) 
  • Top Woman Lawyer’s List, Los Angeles Daily Journal (2018-2020) 
  • Most Influential Women Lawyers in Los Angeles List, Los Angeles Business Journal (2017-2022)  
  • Top Woman Attorneys List, Super Lawyers (2016, 2020) 
  • Top Employment and Labor Law Attorneys for Nonprofit Employers, WAVE Newspaper (2013) 
  • Top Employment & Labor Law Attorneys for Non-Profit Employers List, WAVE Newspaper (2013) 
  • Past President and Board Member, Member, Southern California Mediation Association (2011–Present), Board President (2019) 
  • Southern California Super Lawyers List, Los Angeles Magazine (2011–2023) 
  • Woman of the Year/Woman of Distinction, Daily Breeze (2010) 
  • Top Black Lawyers of Los Angeles List, LA Focus Newspaper (2008) 
  • Southern California Rising Star Super Lawyer, Los Angeles Magazine (2004–2009) 
  • Distinguished Alumna Award, UCLA Black Law School Association (2002) 
  • Rising Star Award, LAAAWPAC (2002)