Presented by the Barristers Club Racial Justice Initiative & The Bay Area Lawyers for Individual Freedom (BALIF)
Recognizing & Dismantling Bias in Law Firms and Private Companies
||Thursday August 13, 2020
||1 Hour in Recognition and
Elimination of Bias
Ernest Hammond III
Senior Product Counsel, Twilio
Deputy Attorney General, California Department of Justice
Smith Shapourian Mignano
Join us for this informative webinar regarding the current state of the legal industry and corporate America with regard to racial diversity. We will explore a variety of topics, including the very relevant topic of how to ensure that diverse candidates not only get hired, but are also retained in positions of power.
- What are the existing problems law firms and private employers face regarding diversity, generally?
- Does the size of the employer matter in terms of retention and promotion of diverse candidates?
- How law firms and private employers recognize and dismantle barriers to minority representation at the most senior levels
- What kind of policies, procedures, and/or rules should law firms and private employers put in place to raise consciousness regarding race, gender, sexual orientation, intersectionality, etc.?
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Event Code: B200206
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