There is Much To Give and Many Ways To Do It

There is Much To Give and Many Ways To Do It

Beth Wolf Mora, Esq. of Mora Employment Law lives by the concept that humanity must play an active role in the world; though the world may be imperfect, we have an opportunity and an obligation to help make it a better place. To this end, Beth spends a considerable amount of time volunteering within her legal community.

Legal Aid At Work, formally known as Employment Law Center – Legal Aid Society of San Francisco is a special place for Beth as she interned there in law school 1998, volunteering nearly every year since. The Worker’s Rights Clinics, including in-person and phone-in options, provides low-income and unemployed people confidential information about their legal rights related to work. Mora volunteers as a supervising attorney for the East Bay Worker’s Rights Clinic and engages student volunteers in relevant subject matter lessons.

One of the many clinics provided by Legal Aid at Work, the Low Wage Pregnant Workers Clinic, was featured in the July 2017 Contra Costa Lawyer. In addition to providing aid to low-wage pregnant workers, it also highlights the organization’s Work & Family Helpline.

Transgender Law Center (TLC), changes law, policy, and attitudes so that all people can live safely, authentically, and free from discrimination regardless of their gender identity or expression. The TLC has a wide range of legal resources across the country for the trans community. Mora is currently working pro bono with a dedicated team of attorneys representing the Plaintiff in, Tanesh Nutall v. City and County of San Francisco et al., Case No.: 3:18-cv-01258-SK, who is courageously challenging the City of San Francisco for its treatment of Black trans women.

Mora notes, “there is considerable beauty in the joyful gratitude of a thankful client. That bit of effort is just one of the many ways we as attorneys have the ability to make this world a better place.”