Anne Richardson is the Director of the Consumer Law Project at Public Counsel Opportunity Under Law, a project aimed at eliminating economic injustice on behalf of underrepresented workers, students, and families throughout California and nationwide. Previously she was a partner at Hadsell Stormer Richardson & Renick representing plaintiffs in all varieties of employment discrimination and civil rights matters for over twenty years. A graduate of Stanford Law School and Swarthmore College, she has taught Civil Rights Litigation at Loyola Law School and Whittier School of Law. In 2006 she won a California Lawyer Attorney of the Year (CLAY) award for her work in the case of Doe v. Unocal, involving international human rights law, and the Pro Bono Award from the ACLU of Southern California. She was named to the 2014 Top 100 Lawyers in Southern California Super Lawyers list.