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Implicit Bias in the Legal Profession, the Workplace, and the Community: Interrupting it in Ourselves and Others

  • Wednesday, March 11, 2020
  • 12:00 PM - 1:15 PM
  • Alfred A. Arraj Courthouse, 901 19th Street, Denver, Jury Assembly Room

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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, 2020

"IMPLICIT BIAS IN THE LEGAL PROFESSION, THE WORKPLACE, AND THE COMMUNITY: INTERRUPTING IT IN OURSELVES AND OTHERS"

KAREN STEINHAUSER, ESQ.
LAW OFFICE OF KAREN STEINHAUSER, LLC

12 NOON - 1:15 PM

ALFRED A. ARRAJ COURTHOUSE
901 19TH STREET, DENVER
JURY ASSEMBLY ROOM

We are all a little bit biased. Not all implicit biases are bad and having an implicit bias doesn't make us a bad person. However, the biases that we are not aware of can affect decisions that we make in our jobs...decisions about cases, decisions about people, decisions about our own clients, in the community and in life, including the relationships that we have with our coworkers and others in our communities. The purpose of this presentation is to help all of us recognize our own unconscious or implicit biases and be able to interrupt them. It is also about how to interrupt biases that we see in others as well.

2 General/1.5 Ethics CLE Credits approved.


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