3rd Annual Implicit Bias Series (2020-2021)
During the 2020-21 bar year, the CBA implicit Bias Institute will offer quarterly programming on current topics focused on diversity and inclusion, disruption of implicit bias, and the eradication of cross-cultural prejudice that affect society’s ability to thrive in workplaces transformed by new COVID-19 social protocols. Harmonizing with strategic partners such as published authors, industry experts, and university faculty, this year’s programming will address the challenges of a “ new normal” and the urgency for a new dialog about how implicit bias effects lawyers lives and practices. Programs will archived for on-demand viewing after the live air date.
DACA and U.S. Supreme Court: The Impact of the Court’s Ruling on American Employers, Workplaces and Society
September 16, 2020 | 3:00-4:30 p.m. | 1.25 IL MCLE Credit
Ina Winston, Immigration Supervisory Attorney at the Greater Chicago Legal Clinic, will answer questions posed by CBA members and the members of a PNCC stakeholders consortium of 70 community-based organizations in Chicago’s Latinx, Chinese and African American communities.
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Navigating Gender Bias in the Legal Workplace
Panelists will offer their experiences on where women lawyers and law students stand in America and offer their recommendations on how we can promote and assure the future sustainability of gender-bias free workplaces in law firms and law schools.