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ON DEMAND: The Legal Profession and Racial Inequality - Part Two
The Legal Profession and Racial Inequality - Part Two
Credit: 0 Credit Hours
Run Time: 79 Minutes
Listen to a podcast by our speakers discussing this program HERE.
Recognizing the important role that lawyers play in helping to reverse the tide of systemic racism, and to increase diversity and inclusion in the business and financial sectors, the D&I Subcommittee will host a virtual two-part series: 1) Navigating barriers of inequality in the legal profession; and 2) Confronting the lack of diversity and institutionalized bias in legal practice.
Part Two: Now What: Beyond the Statements, Press Releases & Acknowledgments: Provide a platform for industry leaders to discuss how we can create sustainable and quantifiable change in diversity and inclusion, and tackle institutional bias in the practice of law.
Part One was held on Monday, June 29, 2020. To purchase the recorded program, please register here.
Sponsored by: Diversity & Inclusion Committee of the D.C. Bar Corporation, Finance and Securities Law Community
- Bernard Guinyard, Goodwin
- Keir Gumbs, Uber Technologies, Inc
- Robin Nunn, Dechert
- Joseph Vaughan, U.S. House of Representatives
- Chris Brummer, Georgetown University Law Center (Moderator)
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