Advancing Diversity & Inclusion: A Guide for You and Your Company

As an in-house lawyer, why should you care about diversity and inclusion? This course gives you four good reasons why you should -- your company's culture, internal clients, legal talent, and performance of your team -- and offers advice on things you can start doing today to advance diversity and inclusion in your law department and company.



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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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BJ Trach, a member of Latham & Watkins' Executive Committee, represents companies and individuals facing securities fraud allegations, shareholder derivative suits, consumer class actions, products liability and mass tort claims, as well as criminal and civil government investigations. He has successfully defended organizations in a range of industries, including healthcare, life sciences, technology, and retail, against high-stakes claims brought by shareholders, customers, community stakeholders, and government agencies. He also conducts internal investigations, often in advance of litigation or enforcement.

BJ previously served as Global Chair of Latham’s Diversity Leadership Committee. He represents indigent defendants pro bono in federal criminal proceedings as a member of the Criminal Justice Act Panel for the District of Massachusetts. BJ is a former Assistant US Attorney for the District of Massachusetts. He has also previously served as a member of the Massachusetts Ethics Commission and as a board member of the Massachusetts Black Lawyers Association. He received his JD from Harvard Law School.

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