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ON DEMAND: The Legal Profession and Racial Inequality - Part One
The Legal Profession and Racial Inequality - Part One
Credit: 0 Credit Hours
Run Time: 85 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 One: An Honest Discussion: Barriers of Inequality in the Legal Profession Provide a platform for leaders in the industry to discuss their personal experience with racism in their legal practice, and how they navigated barriers of inequality in the legal profession.
Part two was recorded on Monday, July 13, separate registration can be completed here.
Sponsored by: Diversity & Inclusion Committee of the D.C. Bar Corporation, Finance and Securities Law Community
- Earl Adams, Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr
- A. Scott Bolden, Reed Smith
- Sharon Bowen, Intercontinental Exchange
- Grace Speights, Morgan Lewis
- Benjamin F. Wilson, Beverage & Diamond (Moderator)
|D.C. Bar Member||$40.00|
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|D.C. Bar Regular Community Member||$20.00|
|Law Student Community||$15.00|
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