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.

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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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Jean F. Kuei
Jean Kuei is a bi-coastal labor and employment attorney who partners with employers to craft creative solutions to workplace disputes. Jean advises clients ranging from small businesses to Fortune 50 companies across a wide array of industries, with an emphasis on the financial services, retail and automobile industries. Jean is not only a tenacious litigator, but a highly-skilled negotiator, who has earned the respect of her clients and opponents alike. Her work covers a broad range of labor and employment cases from single-plaintiff retaliation, discrimination and harassment matters to multi-plaintiff wage and hour class actions. Jean also regularly advises employers on breach of contract, trade secrets, unfair competition and ADA accessibility issues.
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