Chief Justice Earl Warren Institute on Law & Social Policy
Center on Reproductive Rights and Justice
University of California, Berkeley School of Law
2850 Telegraph Avenue, Suite 500
Berkeley, CA 94705-7220
Elaine Mui is the Center Administrator for the Chief Justice Earl Warren Institute on Law & Policy (formerly Chief Justice Earl Warren Institute on Race, Ethnicity and Diversity) and the Center on Reproductive Rights and Justice at UC Berkeley School of Law. She is responsible for the overall administrative operations for the two academic research centers and supports law and policy program areas in education, immigration, voting rights, criminal justice, opportunity and inclusion, and reproductive justice. Prior to coming to the centers, she managed events and supported the operations of the Berkeley Law Dean’s office. In 1999, Elaine began her career in social justice at Asian Pacific Islander Legal Outreach in San Francisco as the outreach coordinator and later as program developer focused on fundraising and events. Elaine has been engaged on programs and legal assistance in the areas of domestic violence, elder abuse, immigration, and youth violence. She has also volunteered at numerous community organizations and has been a health educator. In 2014, she received a UC Berkeley Spot Award for her contributions to the Civil Rights Research Roundtable on Education. Elaine earned her B.A. in Anthropology from the UC Santa Barbara and holds certificates and training in event and project management.
B.A., U.C. Santa Barbara