Hunter/La Ley v. City of Los Angeles

1992

Hunter/La Ley v. City of Los Angeles: APALC and other civil rights groups sue the Los Angeles Police Department for discriminating against African American, Latino, and Asian American police officers, resulting in a consent decree on the pay and promotion of African American, Latino, and Asian American officers as well as the creation of programs to provide officers of color more opportunities for advancement and training.

Area of Work: 
Impact Litigation