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Patti Prunhuber

Patti Prunhuber

Child Care Law Center
Senior Policy Attorney
San Francisco, CA, USA


Patti Prunhuber is Senior Policy Attorney at the Child Care Law Center (CCLC).  CCLC’s mission is to promote policies and funding that ensure every California child has good, stable and affordable child care.  Before coming to CCLC, she worked at the Public Interest Law Project, specializing in public benefit impact litigation. Prior California litigation includes: Parent Voices Oakland v. Calif. Dept. of Education, halting the termination of CalWORKs Stage 3 subsidized child care for 56,000 low-income children; Hartley v. Calif. Dept. of Social Services, ending the collection of welfare debts incurred by parents from their children; multiple writ actions challenging counties’ unlawful General Assistance policies; and Jones v. Calif. Dept. of Social Services, challenging the failure of CDSS and county welfare departments to provide timely welfare-to-work services to time-limited CalWORKs recipients.

Ms. Prunhuber has worked in legal services for 25 years, most recently as Litigation Director at Community Legal Aid. She has extensive experience litigating individual and class actions in state and federal court in the areas of public benefits, health care, fair housing and workers’ rights. She has taught courses on Welfare Law and Social Policy, Family Law, and Labor and Employment Law.

Patti Prunhuber is associated with the following items:
Web Segment  Web Segment Understanding the California Child Care System - Child Care Legal Issues in California, Friday, March 17, 2017
MP3 Audio  MP3 Audio Understanding the California Child Care System; Advocating for Families Receiving Subsidized Child Care; Representing Child Care Providers to Increase the Supply of Child Care - Understanding the California Child Care System, Friday, March 17, 2017
MP4 - Mobile Video Seg  MP4 - Mobile Video Seg Understanding the California Child Care System; Advocating for Families Receiving Subsidized Child Care; Representing Child Care Providers to Increase the Supply of Child Care - Understanding the California Child Care System, Friday, March 17, 2017
On-Demand Web Programs  On-Demand Web Programs Child Care Legal Issues in California, Tuesday, March 21, 2017, San Francisco, CA
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