Los Angeles County has the largest population of any county in the nation, exceeded by only eight states. More than 1 million of the 10.4 million residents live in unincorporated areas, whose municipal services are provided by the County. The other 9.3 million live in 88 cities, located throughout a 4,084-square-mile area. We are a diverse county, with more than 140 cultures and as many as 224 languages. We have gathered some useful information that website visitors may find beneficial.
The County provides housing programs to benefit and protect residents. These programs range from establishing and enforcing zoning and building codes for unincorporated areas, to providing housing for low-income residents, to inspecting housing and institutions to ensure they are safe, sanitary and fit for human habitation.
Consumer protection, small claims advisor, real estate fraud and homeowner assistance, dispute settlement, and senior abuse and fraud protection are among the consumer affairs programs offered by the County.
The Labor and Employment Law Section is the nation’s premiere organization serving labor and employment law professionals. The Section offers more educational programs and other activities than any other organization of its kind in the country. It provides its more than 1,200 members an opportunity to meet and share ideas informally with employment law practitioners, union and management representatives, government personnel, arbitrators, and academicians. As an added benefit, members receive discounts for most of the Section’s meetings and programs, as well as its publications.