Julie Su (attorney)

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Julie A. Su is the current Labor Commissioner of California[1] and the former litigation director at the Asian Pacific American Legal Center of Southern California (APALC).[2][3] Su was appointed to head California's Division of Labor Standards Enforcement (DLSE) by Governor Jerry Brown.[4]

She graduated from Stanford University with a BA, and from Harvard University with a JD. She is a co-founder of Sweatshop Watch.[5][6] She is a Senior Fellow of the Jamestown Project.[7]

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  • "Making the Invisible Visible: The Garment Industry's Dirty Laundry" University of Iowa Journal on Gender, Race & Justice (Winter 1997-98)
  • "Critical Coalitions," (Eric Yamamoto) Critical Race Theory: An Anthology
  • "Workers at the Crossfire: Immigration Enforcement to Preserve Capital," in Unfinished Liberation (Joy James, ed. Colorado University Press 1999)
  • Social Justice: Professionals, Communities and Law (Martha Mahoney, John O. Calmore, Stephanie M. Wildman 2003).

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