'who's bias? the truth about implicit bias'
Tuesday - april 21, 2019
1 HOUR OF PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY diversity & Inclusion
The Underwood Committee on Professionalism cordially invites you to attend a presentation on 'Who's Bias? The truth about implicit Bias'. This McLean County Bar Association sponsored event is presented in conjunction with the Public Initiative Law Interest [PILI]. The presentation will be lead by Latasha Barnes, JD who has worked to advance equity and inclusion in the delivery of legal services. She joins us from the Legal Services of Eastern Missouri.
For those in the legal profession, understanding the ways implicit bias influences our choices and approaches towards legal issues can make a huge impact not only on ways we structure our practice but also how we build a legal system that provides justice and effective service to its citizens. Learn techniques and practical tips to interrupt biases and practice in a culturally sensitive manner, as well as promote inclusion within your law practice and in the legal profession.
Tuesday, April 21, 2020
11:50 am begin to check into the ZOOM platform
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm - Program
Join into this CLE by way of your phone or computing device.
Your ZOOM invitation will be sent by Monday, April 20
Registration & Program Information
This Tuesday, April 21 program will be held through the ZOOM platform. There is no charge for this event. You are welcome to phone into the meeting or join by way of your computer. The ZOOM instructions will be sent to the email address provided below on Monday, April 20. Please register for this event by Monday, April 20 at 4.00 pm. We are limited in size by the ZOOM capacity. So register soon if you are interested!