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Diversity, Inclusion, and Elimination of Bias: Practice Pointers for Pro Bono Advocacy

This CLE presents a conceptual framework, concrete skills toolkit and interactive exercise intended to enhance attorney competence in pro bono advocacy, with particular attention to diversity and inclusion and the disruption of implicit biases when working with economically disadvantaged clients.

CLE Credit: New York: 1.5 Total: 1.0 Diversity, Inclusion and Elimination of Bias, 0.5 Ethics; New Jersey: 1.5 Total: 1.0 Diversity, Inclusion and Elimination of Bias, 0.5 Professional Responsibility; California: 1.0 Professional Responsibility; Pennsylvania: 1.0 Professional Responsibility; Connecticut: Available to Licensed Attorneys

White Collar Crime Institute

White collar criminal prosecutions, investigations, and reform efforts have widespread political, social, and economic reverberations that seem to grow, year after year. The scope and nature of white collar matters have become more complex, as defense attorneys, prosecutors, and regulators must define the contours of cooperation, navigate tumultuous cross-border and multi-jurisdictional issues, and adjust to an evolving and uncertain enforcement landscape—all under intense press and public scrutiny. Technology adds additional layers of complexity, with cryptocurrency, cybercrime, and cybersecurity posing both opportunities and challenges.

The White Collar Crime Committee has assembled a comprehensive full-day program that explores these and other critical developments that have characterized this era of white collar enforcement. Our panels include senior government enforcement officials, members of the media, and top practitioners in the field.

CLE Credit: New York: 6.5 Professional Practice; New Jersey: 6.9 General; California: 5.5 General; Pennsylvania: 5.5. General
Connecticut: Available to Licensed Attorneys; This program provides transitional/non-transitional credit to all attorneys

What Gender Bias Can Look Like Within the Courts and Its Impact on Women

This program informs the public of the gender bias which can occur even within the court system. Based on the Women in the Courts Survey, panelists discuss how gender bias can impact women in domestic violence cases and the data that indicates that gender can play a role in certain custody cases where there is an allegation of abuse or parental alienation.

New York: 1.5 Diversity, Inclusion and Elimination of Bias; New Jersey: 1.8 Diversity, Inclusion and Elimination of Bias; California: 1.5Professional Responsibility; Pennsylvania: 1.5 Professional Responsibility; Connecticut: Available to Licensed Attorneys