June 21, 2023 CASE Files

June 21, 2023 CASE Supervisory Files

Keeping you up-to-date on our work to increase your salary, improve and protect your benefits, and aggressively represent your professional interests in every forum where they are at stake.


CASE Public Service Scholars Award Winners. CASE is pleased to announce our inaugural CASE Public Service Scholars, each of whom will receive a $1000 scholarship. They are: Saskia Knight (UC Santa Barbara), Henry Pratt (UCLA), Lindsay Rule (UC Berkeley), and Chaya Tong (Emory University). We’ll be profiling one of our Scholars each week for the next 4 weeks. First up, Henry Pratt:

Henry Pratt was a high school freshman when his dad told him a story about interviewing Yippie activist Abbie Hoffman for his high school newspaper.

“That was really cool,” Henry said, “and I thought, ‘Maybe I can write an important story someday.’”

Since then, the Archie Williams High School senior has become nationally recognized for his reporting and speaking out about the fentanyl crisis among teens. It started about two years ago when his high school journalism advisor told Henry about how fentanyl deaths were spiking in San Francisco. Click here to read the rest of Henry’s story . . . . 


News of interest to CASE legal professionals:


Just in Time for Summer: Expanded Consumer Discounts. We’re happy to announce a new partnership with Working Advantage that gives CASE members access to even more discounts at even more locations in California, across the country, and via online vendors. Working Advantage offers discounts on: electronics, appliances, fitness memberships, hotels, movie tickets, rental cars, special events and theme parks. Major brands include: Disneyland, Apple, and Marriott Hotels. To sign up, visit the Working Advantage website, select “Become a Member” and enter the company code: CASE

CASE Special Board Meeting, Friday, June 23 at 12:00pm. The Board invites members to attend or to provide comments related to a proposal to increase CASE Dues by $5 to a total of $65 per month. CASE has only raised dues once in the past 20 years, and this small increase is needed as a result of inflation and to continue expanding programs and services for members, building on CASE’s growth over the past year. CASE is still a great value: dues will remain the second lowest of all the State bargaining units. 

Baseball Games are almost sold out! We have 4 tickets for the Padres game on July 25, ONE ticket left for the Dodgers game on August 2 and just a handful of tickets left for the Fresno Grizzlies game on Thursday, July 20. Get yours today! Tickets and details are available here (password: caseball2023)

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