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Unsheltered at Home: COVID-19, Guns and Domestic Violence
Join this webinar to receive valuable insights on victim safety, gun violence, and access to courts for the victims.

American Bar Association

$115

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69 minutes
Firearms and Domestic Violence - An Intersection that Challenges Safety and Pre-Suppositions
Firearm access helps to fuel domestic violence: of all women shot to death by others in the U.S., half were shot by their intimate partners. Take this course to hear more about the different (and best) practices used by government across the country to reduce the incidence of gun violence in domestic violence. Our panel will review initiatives across the land, discussing what has worked and what still needs work.

American Bar Association

$75

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92 minutes
Biometric Identifiers and Technology: Privacy and Security
Illinois's Biometric Information Privacy Act--BIPA--has become a central piece of legislation influencing other states and impacting businesses in every sphere. Do you know how BIPA and other similar state laws work? Join two leading experts to learn what you need to know.

American Bar Association

$115

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#MeToo: Empowering Employees and Employers to Address Workplace Sexual Harassment & Violence
Join our expert attorneys as they discuss how employers can work to prevent and eliminate sexual harassment and violence in their workplace, and create an environment in which employees are able to respond to and report incidents without fear of retaliation. Not only is there a deep moral imperative to rectify sexual harassment in the workplace and promote an equitable work environment, but also there is significant monetary liability as a potential consequence for employers who fail to address harassment in the workplace.

American Bar Association

$115

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