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Our attorneys have more than 30 years of combined experience serving a wide variety of clients who are facing harassment and discrimination within the workplace.

We Know Employment Law

Being treated differently because of your gender, age, race or due to a pregnancy is illegal and losing your job can be devastating. We are passionate about empowering our clients so that they can move forward confidently as we pursue the best possible compensation possible.

Attorney William F. Wright has witnessed the many shifts in employment law over the past two decades and understands its complexities. He is also an adjunct professor at Lincoln Law School of Sacramento. He has taught constitutional law since 1985.  To learn more about our lawyers, follow the links below.

William Wright’s practice focuses on general civil litigation.  He has been practicing law since 1983. He is committed to helping individuals and consumers with their personal legal issues. He has extensive experience in employment and personal injury law, as well as other civil law such as contract disputes, trust litigation matters, and estate planning. William Wright has extensive trial experience in both state and federal courts.

Mr. Wright is licensed to practice before all California courts, the United States District Court in the Eastern District of California, and United States District Court in the Northern District of California.

Mr. Wright is also an adjunct professor at Lincoln Law School of Sacramento. He has taught Constitutional Law since 1985 and has been elected professor of the year a number of times.

In his spare time, William Wright enjoys cycling, hiking, sports, and traveling with his wife, Vel.

Location:  Sacramento, California
Phone:  916-245-2219
Fax:  916-442-5679

Contact the Law Offices of William F. Wright | 916-245-2219

Located on J Street, just 10 blocks from the courthouse and capitol, our office hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and we are available by appointment outside of those times, including some weekends. Complete a contact form or call 916-245-2219 to schedule your initial consultation.