Angela Reddock-Wright

Angela Reddock-Wright


Reddock Law Group

Recognized since 2020

Los Angeles, California

Practice Areas

Arbitration

Litigation - Labor and Employment

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Location

  • US Bank Tower, 26th Floor
    633 West Fifth Street
    Los Angeles, CA 90071

Languages

  • English
  • Spanish

Education

  • University of California - Los Angeles, JD, graduated 1995
  • Amherst College, BA, graduated 1991
  • University of Oxford, Semester Study, graduated 1989

Bar Admissions

  • California, #183159

Affiliations

  • American Bar Association - Torts Trial & Insurance Section, Employment Law Section - Member, Vice Chair of Diversity (2011-2015)
  • American Arbitration Association - Panel of Arbitrators & Mediators
  • Association of Workplace Investigators - Member, Serve on the Programs & Webinars Committee
  • Black Women Lawyers of Los Angeles - Member
  • California Minority Corporate Counsel Association - Member
  • City Club of Los Angeles - Member
  • Langston Bar Association - Member
  • Los Angeles County Bar Association - Member of the Board of Trustees
  • Los Angeles County Equity Oversight Panel (CEOP) - One of nine (9) panel members on the CEOP
  • National Association for African Americans In Human Resources - LA - Member
  • National Association of Women Business Owners - Member
  • National Bar Association - Member
  • Provisors - Executive Committee Member - LA3 Chapter
  • Southern California Mediation Association (SCMA) - President
  • State Bar of California - Licensed Attorney
  • State Bar of California - Employment Law Section - Member
  • UCLA Alumni Association - Member
  • UCLA Extension - organization positionInstructor in the Business, Management & Legal/HR Certification Programs
  • UCLA Law Alumni Association - Member

Reddock Law Group
Los Angeles, California

1 The Best Lawyers in America® awards

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Recognized in The Best Lawyers in America® 2022 for work in:

  • Arbitration
  • Litigation - Labor and Employment

Awards:

  • Selected by her peers for Inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America® for 2020 in the field of Labor & Employment Litigation (2020)
  • Named Among LAAAWPC’s Rising Stars (2002)
  • Received UCLA’s Black Law School Association’s Distinguished Alumna Award (2002)
  • Named Among LA Focus’ Los Angeles Top Black Lawyers (2008)
  • Named Daily Breeze’s Woman of the Year/Woman of Distinction (2010)
  • Named Among the Los Angeles Daily Journal’s Top Labor & Employment Lawyers (2010)
  • Named Among the American Bar Association’s Rising Stars in the book, "The Woman Advocate," Celebrating the Achievements of Women Lawyers (2010)
  • Named Among WAVE Newspaper’s Top Employment & Labor Law Attorneys for Non-Profit Employers (2013)
  • Named Among Los Angeles Magazine’s Southern California Super Lawyers (2011- 2020), Super Lawyers Top Women (2016 and 2020), Super Lawyer Rising Star (2004 - 2009)
  • Named Among Los Angeles Business Journal’s Most Influential Women Lawyers in Los Angeles (2018, 2017)
  • Named Among Los Angeles Business Journal’s Women’s Council and Awards Nominees (2019, 2018)
  • Named Among Los Angeles Business Journal’s Most Influential Minority Attorneys (2019, 2016)
  • Named Among Los Angeles Daily Journal’s Top Women Lawyers (2019, 2018)
  • Named Among Los Angeles Daily Journal’s Leading Labor & Employment Lawyers (2019, 2010)
  • Featured in the Los Angeles Times “How I Made It Column” (2019) https://www.latimes.com/business/la-fi-himi-reddock-wright-attorney-mediation-20190616-story.html
  • Selected by her peers for Inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America® for 2020 in the field of Labor & Employment Litigation (2020)

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Destiny Fulfilled


by Sara Collin

Was Angela Reddock-Wright destined to become a lawyer? It sure seems that way. Yet her path was circuitous. This accomplished employment attorney, turned mediator, arbitrator and ADR specialist nonpareil discusses her career, the role of attorneys in society, the new world of post-pandemic work and why new Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson represents the future.

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