Implicit Bias: Unconscious Thoughts, Conscious Impact

We all have implicit biases, and these biases pose a challenge to our efforts to improve diversity and eliminate discrimination in the legal profession. This course identifies the most common ways implicit bias can affect the hiring, advancement and performance of lawyers, and provides practical guidance on what steps you can take to "de-bias" your law department and company.

CLE Credit Type General (participatory) |
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Jean F. Kuei Partner | Pillsbury
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California | CREDIT TYPE: Recog. and Elim. of Bias in Legal Prof. and Soc. (Participatory)
TOTAL CREDITS: 0.5 hours
New York | CREDIT TYPE: Div., Incl. and Elim. of Bias (Both (New & Exp Attys))
TOTAL CREDITS: 0.5 hours


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