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61 minutes
Overcoming the Three Bs: Barriers, Bullying and Bias
Join Francine Friedman Griesing as she tackles bullying and bias in the legal profession. Participants will learn steps legal leaders can take to combat inequity in the profession and promote fair opportunity for all.

American Bar Association

$75

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61 minutes
Ageism and the New Lawyer: The Next Frontier in Diversity
This seminar will identify ways new lawyers and firms can take advantage of valuable life skills from life experience to help the entire enterprise.

American Bar Association

$75

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95 minutes
Doxing, Bullying and Sextortion: The Legal and Social Landscape of Technology Facilitated Harassment
Understand how the media can play a role in the distribution and enabling of doxing.

American Bar Association

$115

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In This Together: Driving Diversity Forward For The Legal Profession
In this session, we will explore the important steps which you can take to drive diversity initiatives forward within the legal profession and your business from taking the first steps to rolling out effective programs leading to meaningful change.

Women, Influence & Power in Law Conference

$75

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COVID-19 Considerations for Employers
Explore the legal, strategic, and practical considerations crucial for employers to consider in light of recent coronavirus (COVID-19) developments.

American Bar Association

$75

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199 minutes
Military Legal Assistance: National Guard and USERRA Hot Topics
From this program, you will learn about the National Guard duty statuses and how various federal laws and protections - such as the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA), Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA), and other federal laws - apply to National Guard members in each duty status. You will also learn how to better identify and apply appropriate actions for violations of USERRA, focusing on the statute’s reemployment, discrimination, and pension related provisions. This program is designed for military attorneys working in legal assistance as well as civilian lawyers whose practices involve military-connected clients or issues.

American Bar Association

$225

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91 minutes
Equal Justice: Confronting Bias Within the Criminal Justice System
Justice in America is available in varying degrees for different groups of people and the effects have been highly visible in recent years. Reducing the influence of implicit bias is vitally important to strengthening relationships between the judicial system and minority communities. This program will help you understand the inequities within the criminal justice system and increase your knowledge and awareness of implicit bias.

American Bar Association

$115

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62 minutes
White Collar Crime: Managing Risk and Navigating Investigations
Whether its a civil enforcement action, criminal investigation, a cross-boarder fraud case, or another variety of white collar crime a GCs ability to navigate and manage these accusations is business critical. However, white-collar investigations and regulations have evolved vastly over recent years due to expanded government resources and more developed techniques along with increased agency collaboration. Therefore, GCs need to continuously evolve and develop strategies to better protect their organizations.

Women, Influence & Power in Law Conference

$65

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Immigration Compliance for Employers: Form I-9s and Other Employment-Related Immigration Topics
Over the last few years, Immigration policy has been one of the most charged issues in the U.S. Today, there is no sign of that changing as the Trump administration has spent much of its time on immigrations policies and procedures. Now, some talent and immigration experts are predicting these regulations will affect the U.S. talent pool along with the makeup of the workplace. What can in-house and law firms expect from immigration regulations and how will this affect existing employees and hiring? -Understand the increased scrutiny around H-1B visa applications -Evaluating shorter term visas and alternatives for H-1B -Examining other Trump Immigration policies and their potential effects on the workplace

Women, Influence & Power in Law Conference

$75

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