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Eliminating Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Bias in the Legal Profession
Eliminating Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Bias in the Legal Profession

 

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In this one-hour, September 25, 2020 program, A. Melissa Johnson, Esquire provides a practical explanation of the law relating to bias toward sexual orientation and gender identity in the legal profession.

Ms. Johnson, who is a partner in the San Diego, CA law firm of Spencer Johnson McCammon LLP, covers important legislation, key cases, and more. She is a member of the San Diego Lawyer's Club, co-chaired its Mentor Committee (2019), and serves on its Bench/Bar and LGBTQ committees.


Major topics include:
State relevant laws

Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act

- Price Waterhouse v. Hopkins

- EECO and U.S. Justice Department positions

U.S. Circuit Court decisions

Bostock v. Clayton County, Georgia: important U.S. Supreme Court decision

A.B.A. Model Rule 8.4

Useful suggestions for lawyers/law firms to take to eliminate these types of biases

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