Lizbeth “Beth” West to Mentor at the Sacramento Business Journal’s 2024 Mentoring Monday Event

Weintraub Tobin is pleased to announce that Lizbeth “Beth” West has been selected by the Sacramento Business Journal to serve as a mentor at their 11th Annual Mentoring Monday.

The event, held on Monday, February 26, 2024 at the Sierra College Campus Center, provides opportunities for attendees to network and partake in rounds of speed-mentoring, where they can gain valuable advice and constructive feedback from fellow businesswomen. Beth joins the panel of some of the region’s most influential businesswomen in the Sacramento community.

Beth is a Shareholder at Weintraub Tobin and Chair of the Firm’s Labor & Employment practice group, where she assists employers in all aspects of their employment relationship with their employees by providing trusted counsel and training on employment law compliance and defending employers in employment disputes and government audits. Her clients range from small family-owned businesses to publicly-traded companies. Beth is a charter and sustaining member of the Association of Workplace Investigators (AWI) and often conducts independent and neutral workplace investigations for both public and private employers. Beth is also a well-known trainer throughout California on various employment law subjects and workplace best practices and regularly contributes to The Labor & Employment Law Blog and California Employment News.  She is the contributing editor to Chapter 10 (Harassment) and Chapter 12 (Leaves of Absence) in The Rutter Group’s Employment Litigation treatise which is used by employment attorneys throughout the state. 

A strong believer in giving back to the community, Beth has served as the President of the Board of Directors of Hope Cooperative, a multi-million dollar non-profit committed to helping those in our community struggling with homelessness, substance abuse, and mental health disorders. Over the past decade, she has also participated in three Habitat for Humanity builds worldwide.

In 2023, Beth was named one of the Sacramento Business Journal’s “Women Who Mean Business.”  She is regularly recognized by her peers, including being named to Northern California Super Lawyers (Top 25 Sacramento Super Lawyers; Top 50 Women Super Lawyers; Top 100 California Super Lawyers), Best of the Bar, and Sacramento’s Top Lawyers.

For more information about Mentoring Monday, including tickets to attend, please visit here.