Angela Reddock-Wright, founding and managing partner of the Reddock Law Group, is featured as the cover story for the Spring 2022 issue of “Best Lawyers: Women in the Law” magazine, released nationwide. 

“I am honored that Best Lawyers would consider me for this tremendous honor and acknowledgment of my work as an employment and labor lawyer, mediator, and neutral for the past 26 years. I count this as one of the proudest moments of my legal career. I am humbled.” Reddock-Wright said. 

“I get to do work every day that improves relationships between employees and employers, and which contributes to the growth and development of the workplace,” she added. “After 26 years in this business, my mission is to use my background, skills, and experience to help employees and employers to work together to build great, thriving, and healthy workplaces. I feel honored and extremely fortunate to do the work that I do every day. I consider it to be a part of my life’s work and as the opportunity to live out both my personal and professional mission.”

The article also mentions Reddock-Wright’s first solo-authored book, “The Workplace Transformed: 7 Crucial Lessons from the Global Pandemic”, which will be released in the next few weeks.

“I wrote the book because I did not want this past two plus years of the pandemic to pass (or continue) without our taking a collective moment to reflect and think about how this time has impacted us personally, professionally, and in the workplace.”

The counselor also hosts her own radio show on Tavis Smiley’s KBLA Talk 1580 titled “Legal Lens with Angela Reddock-Wright.” Through the show, she interviews and showcases some of the nation’s top attorneys, legislators, policy and changemakers to discuss trending legal and policy issues with the goal of helping educate, engage, and empower listeners around issues of law. The show airs each Saturday and Sunday at 11am PT on KBLA 1580 AM.

Additionally, Reddock-Wright is a member of the panel of distinguished mediators and arbitrators with Judicate West, a California company that represents the gold standard in dispute resolution.

Currently, Reddock-Wright serves as a member of the executive committee for the Los Angeles County Bar Association Labor & Employment Law Section; on the Board of Directors for the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce; the Los Angeles Urban League; and Women in Non-Traditional Employment Roles (WINTER). 

Reddock-Wright also has served in an executive leadership board role with the Los Angeles African-American Women’s Public Policy Institute (also a founding member of this organization). She is an adjunct professor for the Mediation Clinic at USC Gould School of Law, and in the Negotiations, Conflict Resolution and Peace program at California State University, Dominguez Hills. She is also an instructor in the human resources certification program at UCLA Extension.

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