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Recognition and Elimination of Bias in the Legal Profession

Recognition and Elimination of Bias in the Legal Profession and Society:

1 Hour (required)

 

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Recognition and Elimination of Bias in the Legal Profession MCLEs

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NEW! #1A: Accommodating Employees with Disabilities (1 hour Elimination of Bias) - Access MCLE
Call Number: MCLE A 2015
Publication Date: 2015
Learn about what qualifies as a disability, employer requirements and prohibitions, the interactive process, reasonable accommodations, and undue hardship. Hypotheticals, disability etiquette, and practice tips complete the program. (2015)

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#15B: Challenges Faced by Minorities and Women in the Legal Profession (1 hour Elimination of Bias) - Versatape
Call Number: KFC573.W65 A75 2013cd
Publication Date: 2013
A roundtable discussion of the unique challenges that minorities and women confront in the practice of law. Hear first-hand perspective and learn how to manage these challenges. (2013)

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#29A Elimination of Bias, and Diversity in the Legal Profession (1 hour Elimination of Bias) - Versatape
Call Number: KFC572 .E44 2014
Publication Date: 2014
Understand express and implicit bias in society and the legal profession, including bias of judges, prosecutors, investigators, police, and examiners. Learn how to manage bias in life and law practice. (2914)

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#30: Elimination of Bias in the Legal Profession (1 hour Elimination of Bias) - Access MCLE
Call Number: MCLE E 2014
Publication Date: 2014
Learn how to recognize bias in the practice of law, how to identify signs of overt and subtle bias, and how to prevent bias and discrimination in the law firm, in the courtroom, and with clients. (2014)

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#37: The Evolved Law Firm Work Environment (1 hour Elimination of Bias) - Access MCLE
Call Number: MCLE E 2015
Publication Date: 2015
Key course points include the concept of the evolved law firm work environment, how to define and describe different types of harassment, the consequences of engaging in unlawful harassment, recent Supreme Court holdings, and the protocol for addressing complaints and preventing harassment. (2015)

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#41A: How to Recognize Cross Cultural Issues in Litigation, Negotiation and Mediation (1 hour Elimination of Bias) - Versatape
Call Number: MCLE H 2015
Publication Date: 2015
This program discusses low context versus high context cultures, communication styles, cultural differences relating to risk avoidance, the cultural concept of success and failure, and customs. (2015)

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NEW! #43: Implicit Bias in the Legal Profession (1 hour Elimination of Bias) - Access MCLE
Call Number: MCLE I 2016
Publication Date: 2016
Using both real life examples and hypotheticals, the author of ABA best-seller Investigating the Workplace Harassment Claim will teach you how to avoid behavior that could lead to a bias claim and also how to counsel clients on this topic. (2016)

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NEW! #75: Understanding and Mitigating Bias (1 hour Elimination of Bias) - Versatape
Call Number: MCLE U 2016
Publication Date: 2016
This program covers implicit social cognition, the science of implicit bias, the effects of bias in the legal system and in society, and how to manage bias in our lives and law practice. (2016)

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#84: Women’s Issues in the Workplace: The Current State of Gender Bias and Where We Go from Here (1 hour Elimination of Bias) - Versatape
Call Number: MCLE W 2015
Publication Date: 2015
Female lawyers still battle gender bias—learn about the unseen barriers and the “abrasiveness trap” that explains how high-achieving men and women are described differently in performance reviews. Also learn about “mansplaining, manterrupting, and bropropriating”—which refers to gender bias and the pervasive interruption of women. (2015

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