LIVE ZOOM: MCLE: Identity, Intersectionality and Implicit Bias in Californi

Tue Jan 23 2024 at 12:00 pm to 01:00 pm

Law Library | Los Angeles

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LIVE ZOOM: MCLE: Identity, Intersectionality and Implicit Bias in Californi
Registration Fee: $30
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Registration Fee: $30

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Implicit bias – a form of bias that occurs automatically and unintentionally – has an impact on people across the legal field, including judges, juries, clients, and attorneys. Everyday decision-making is unavoidably affected by implicit biases, stereotypes, and other types of cognitive biases. As attorneys, it is imperative that we understand these biases and take steps to ensure they do not have unfair or harmful consequences. The training will tackle intersectionality around implicit bias, and how attorneys can address implicit bias issues within themselves and the courtroom setting.

Class covers:

  • The attitudes and stereotypes that affect our understanding, actions, and decisions in an unconscious manner
  • Recognizing implicit bias in ourselves, our workplaces, and the courtroom
  • The concept of intersectionality, and why it is important to keep intersectionality in mind when addressing implicit bias issues
  • Specific techniques that can interrupt implicit bias in courtroom settings

Earn 1.0 hour Elimination of Bias – Implicit Bias participatory MCLE Credit

MCLE Disclaimer:

MCLE credit is only granted to attorneys licensed to practice law by the State Bar of California. Attorneys from other jurisdictions should contact their state bar to learn about credit reciprocity.

Co-Presented by Professor Christine Goodman and Vida Thomas:

Professor Christine Goodman joined the Pepperdine faculty in 2001. She teaches Evidence, Constitutional Law, Racial Justice, Trial Practice and Comparative Anti-Discrimination Law. Professor Goodman writes on equal protection topics, including implicit bias, algorithmic bias, affirmative action, preferences, diversity and racial privacy, as well as evidentiary and criminal law issues.

Vida Thomas is Managing Partner and Co-Owner of Oppenheimer Investigations Group. Vida has conducted hundreds of workplace investigations, and teaches human resources professionals how to conduct effective workplace investigations. She also conducts inherent bias and diversity and inclusion training for private and public sector employers.
Registration Fee: $30


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Law Library, 301 West 1st Street, Los Angeles, United States


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