About Pamela Price
How can a former juvenile delinquent foster kid graduate from Yale University, become a successful civil rights attorney and be the first democratically-elected District Attorney in Alameda County in 100 years? Pamela Price is the District Attorney of Alameda County.
For more than 30 years, Pamela Price specialized in high-profile civil rights and employment litigation, with a particular focus on sexual harassment and racial discrimination cases. The law office closed in December 2022.
Alameda County Democratic Central Committee
“With all of her accomplishments, she brings humility, a sense of humor and a streak of independence.”
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Champions of Justice 2016
On April 9, 2016, Pamela Price was honored as one of the Champions of Justice 2016 along with her good friend Attorney Jody LeWitter by the National Lawyers Guild San Francisco Bay Area Chapter. Jody and Pamela know their courageous clients are the true…
California Lawyer of the Year 2002
California Lawyer of the Year 2002 is known as the CLAY Award. Here’s what California Lawyer magazine had to say about the CLAY Award and Pamela Price in March 2003: “In January 2002 plaintiffs attorney Price argued before…
Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights
The Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights (LCCR) of the San Francisco Bay Area champions the legal rights of poor people, immigrants and refugees, with a special commitment to African-Americans.