Paulinet Tamaray

Paulinet Tamaray

Paulinet Tamaray is an international legal writer for several Key Media publications, including Australasian Lawyer, Canadian Lawyer, and Human Resources Director. She is a graduate of the University of the Philippines – Diliman with a degree in Sociology and a Juris Doctor degree from San Beda University. Her reporting and research cover all areas of law and legislative developments across different jurisdictions.

She is also a social sciences lecturer to incoming medical students. Her free time is devoted to doing paralegal work for pro bono cases. She is deeply passionate about intersectional feminism, sustainable development, and social justice.

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Federal corrections officer pleads guilty to sexual assault of woman in custody

Federal corrections officer pleads guilty to sexual assault of woman in custody

Officer supervised quarantining incarcerated women infected with and/or exposed to COVID-19

California law requiring women on corporate boards declared 'unconstitutional'

California law requiring women on corporate boards declared 'unconstitutional'

'Violates men's rights,' according to Los Angeles judge

California court shortens probation periods for state workers

California court shortens probation periods for state workers

In a dispute over a promotion, case clarifies when a hire can be voided

LinkedIn enters 'pay discrimination' settlement

LinkedIn enters 'pay discrimination' settlement

The controversy involves more than 600 women workers in California

Staff sue Long Beach Community College over unpaid work hours

Staff sue Long Beach Community College over unpaid work hours

Lawsuit may affect part-time faculty in California

Terminated employee awarded $450,000 after unwanted birthday party

Terminated employee awarded $450,000 after unwanted birthday party

Discrimination lawsuit: Event caused 'series of panic attacks', unrepentant employer accused of not understanding mental health issues

Here's the gender pay gap in the COVID age

Here's the gender pay gap in the COVID age

U.S. Department of Labor releases new data revealing how much less money women make, on average, than men

EEOC slaps employer with lawsuit after failing to hire a deaf applicant

EEOC slaps employer with lawsuit after failing to hire a deaf applicant

Employers have obligation to accommodate qualified candidates with disabilities under U.S. anti-discrimination laws

Supreme Court case threatens to prevent employees from enforcing labor law violations

Supreme Court case threatens to prevent employees from enforcing labor law violations

The upcoming case might 'nullify' California's Private Attorneys General Act (PAGA)

Government sets aside $71 million for American Indians, Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiians

Government sets aside $71 million for American Indians, Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiians

Fund aims to 'alter cycle of unemployment and poverty,' says Department of Labor