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A Primer on Promoting Diversity and Inclusion in the Practice of Law - Webcast Replay 2

P9018-22WR01-2
This presentation includes a study of federal and state anti-discrimination laws and its impact on the legal profession, as guided by the Illinois Rules of Professional Conduct, Rule 8.4(j). Topics include a discussion of the historical context of anti-discrimination laws, recent legislation and social movements to promote and foster diversity and inclusion in the profession, and case studies.
Live Webcast Replay on Tuesday, June 28, 2022 from 2:00 to 3:00 PM
Originally part of the IICLE Ethics Institute 2022
$50.00

Ethics Institute 2022

P9018-22U
Optimize your legal mindset to decrease conflict and positively influence the practice of law at the IICLE® Ethics Institute. Increase the civility of your practice with practical tips from the ARDC; learn the history of legal discrimination and how to eliminate it; and discover techniques to better represent people with disabilities and other typically underrepresented clients. Maximize your technological competence by learning about blockchain technology beyond just cryptocurrencies.

Earn as many (or as few) professional responsibility credits as you need as the end of the reporting period nears!
From $50.00

Diversity & Inclusion Initiatives in 2021 (WBAI)

H1310-22E
Over many years, both in-house departments and law firms have been working to improve diversity within their own organizations. Given the importance of diversity & inclusion in the legal profession, however, it is critical that law firms and in-house counsel work together to accelerate the pace of progress. The purpose of this panel is to talk about how in-house legal departments and law firms can partner to make a true impact on diversity & inclusion in the legal field, what’s working both from the in-house and law firm perspectives, and where we still need to do more to move the needle.
$60.00

Diversity and Race: Why is it Important for the Legal Community (WBAI)

H1302-21E
Educate attorneys around Diversity & Race in the legal profession. This session includes a panel of knowledgeable and well-respected panelists in the legal community introducing terms and examples relating to current topics of Systemic Racism; Implicit Bias, Diversity and Race.
$30.00

Women in The Law: Yesterday, Today, and Beyond

H8111-21E
This program hopes to provide thought-provoking insight into the historical obstacles, progression and current issues faced by female attorneys in the legal landscape.
$80.00

Diversity Initiatives in Illinois Courts

H8109-21E
A Conversation of “DIIR” importance: Diversity, Inclusion, Implicit Bias and Racism and their Impact on our Legal Profession. The past 12 months have been marked by debate, protest and policymaking at nearly every level related to the issues of diversity, inclusion, implicit bias and racism (DIIR). The legal profession and the justice system are no exceptions, and it is critically important that attorneys discuss and understand these issues. In this session we discuss how these issues are being addressed in Illinois Courts.
$60.00

Bias has Been Eliminated... Hypothetically Speaking

H1901-20E
The occurrence of stereotypically outlandish bias has decreased in recent years (thankfully). But that doesn't mean that we’ve eliminated bias from the profession. In fact, it unfortunately continues to exist in more subtle ways. Join the “CLE Performer,” Stuart Teicher, Esq., as he explores implicit bias, uses several hypothetical examples to reveal how bias manifests itself in the practice…and gives a few ideas about what lawyers can do to eliminate it from the profession.
$80.00

Maximizing Fairness: Understanding the Effects of Psychology and Implicit Bias in Mediations and Arbitrations

P2002-20E-05
Presented in both “TED-Talk” and panel formats, learn from multiple perspectives (advocate, psychologist, mediator and arbitrator) how litigant anxiety and our own implicit (subconscious) biases can affect mediation and arbitration outcomes. Litigants often engage the legal system with anxiety and stress, which influences their participation in the process and can affect case outcomes. Mediators and arbitrators bear the responsibility of facilitating and adjudicating the rights and obligations of litigants and must understand their own implicit biases in order to prevent these internal influences from negatively impacting objectivity and neutrality. Learn tips and strategies for recognizing and overcoming your implicit biases.
$80.00

Breaking Through Bias: Communication Techniques for Women to Succeed at Work (Second Edition)

21BTBIAS-U
Since its original publication, this title has been updated and fully revised to address the dramatic increase in public misogyny. It has particular applicability to the current state of affairs, given that stay-at-home orders and school closings have led to increased gender biases and more lopsided gender roles, rather than a decrease.
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AAML - IL Presidents' Day Seminar: Litigation of Special Topics - Powered by IICLE

P1999-21U
Learn practice tips from Academy fellows for litigating special types of cases at the AAML-IL Presidents’ Day Virtual Seminar. Topics include: child abduction cases under the Hague Convention, “reasonable compensation” and its impact on business valuations, and family law litigation involving trusts and other estate planning vehicles. Earn your diversity & inclusion professional responsibility credit while learning about cognitive bias.

Not included in IICLE® Online All-Access subscription.
From $229.00

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