Named a “Top California Employment Lawyer” by the Daily Journal and one of Los Angeles’ “Most Influential Minority and Women Attorneys” by the Los Angeles Business Journal, Angela Reddock-Wright is a recognized employment and labor law attorney, workplace and Title IX investigator, mediator, arbitrator, and Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) professional.
Angela is the Founder and Managing Partner of the Reddock Law Group and has been a practicing attorney for more than 20 years. She also was a former employment and labor law litigator for more than 15 years. Ms. Reddock-Wright merges her experiences as a lawyer, business owner, elected and appointed government official, and volunteer in the civic and non-profit sectors to provide practical and powerful advice to clients across the business, political, educational, and non-profit landscapes.
As a workplace investigator, Ms. Reddock-Wright is retained by public and private sector employers to conduct independent and neutral investigations of workplace harassment, discrimination, and other claims. Having litigated two of the seminal university sorority hazing cases in recent history, Ms. Reddock-Wright also is retained by secondary and higher educational institutions to investigate Title IX sexual assault, bullying, and hazing cases.
Further, she serves as an expert witness on employment and labor law, Title IX, hazing, and bullying cases. Ms. Reddock-Wright has a certification as a workplace investigator through the Association of Workplace Investigators (AWI-CH).
Additionally, Ms. Reddock-Wright is a sought-after mediator and arbitrator for litigated employment and labor law cases and other forms of Alternative Dispute Resolution.