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Diversity And Inclusion In The Legal Profession
Diversity And Inclusion In The Legal Profession

 

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In this one-hour, August 1, 2022 presentation, Pamela M. Harper, Esquire provides a thorough explanation of diversity and inclusion in the legal profession, including systemic barriers, bias interrupters and, importantly, practical suggestions for increasing diversity and inclusion.

Ms. Harper is a member of Griesing Law, LLC, headquartered in Philadelphia, PA, with offices in Arizona, New Jersey, New York, and Ohio. She is admitted to the Pennsylvania Bar and U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania. Her expertise includes providing diversity and inclusion training, as well as professional coaching on various topics including sexual harassment, elimination of bias, hiring and firing employees, maternity and FMLA leave, race and gender discrimination, LGBTQ rights, and accommodations for disabled veterans.

Major topics include:
Demographics and definitions
- diversity
- equity
- inclusion
Systemic barriers
Attrition factors
Industry advocacy initiatives
Practical suggestions for eliminating diversity and increasing inclusion


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Price: $46.00


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