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Kim Turner, Staff Attorney for the Legal Aid Society – Employment Law Center’s Fair Play for Girls in Sports Project, will speak about her work promoting the health, well-being, education, and future employment opportunities of girls in grades K-12, particularly in low income areas, by ensuring sports programs provided by public schools and park and recreation departments afford girls equal athletic opportunities as required by Title IX and California state law AB 2404.
Co-sponsored by Women of Stanford Law (WSL). Lunch provided courtesy of WSL.
|Kim Turner is a Staff Attorney with the Gender Equity & LGBT Rights Program and the Fair Play for Girls in Sports Project. Through litigation, education and policy work, Kim advocates for equality, with a specific focus on athletic opportunities for female youth—particularly in low-income communities. Since graduating from Cardozo Law School in New York City in 2008, Kim has practiced a mixture of Title IX, employment and housing law, including as a Staff Attorney with Bay Area Legal Aid. She received her B.A. from Brown University in 2002, double concentrating in Public Policy and Sociology. At Brown, Kim also played for the varsity women’s volleyball team. Before law school, Kim worked for Senator Dianne Feinstein and the National League of Cities in Washington D.C.