Date Course Information Credits Cost
Online

Identifying and Eliminating Gender Bias in the Legal Profession – For Experienced Attorneys

Faculty: Michael Pospis

Women comprise 36% of the legal profession, 18% of equity partners in law firms, 24.8% of Fortune 500 General Counsel, 33% of active federal district court judges, and 31% of state court judges. Clearly, the legal profession has a long way to go to achieve gender equality. In this course, you will learn about the laws protecting women in the workplace, the various claims that can be brought for gender discrimination or sexual harassment and examples of discrimination within the legal profession.

This course will satisfy New York veteran attorneys ‘ 1.0 credit requirement in Diversity, Inclusion and Elimination of Bias.

Date: Online

Credits: 1

$50

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$50

Women comprise 36% of the legal profession, 18% of equity partners in law firms, 24.8% of Fortune 500 General Counsel, 33% of active federal district court judges, and 31% of state court judges. Clearly, the legal profession has a long way to go to achieve gender equality. In this course, you will learn about the laws protecting women in the workplace, the various claims that can be brought for gender discrimination or sexual harassment and examples of discrimination within the legal profession.

This course will satisfy New York veteran attorneys ‘ 1.0 credit requirement in Diversity, Inclusion and Elimination of Bias.

NY: 1.0 Diversity, Inclusion and Elimination of Bias
NJ: 1.0 Ethics
CA: 1.0 Recognition and Elimination of Bias
PA: To obtain PA credit, you must send your PA bar registration number to info@marinolegal.com upon completion of the course.

NY: 1.0 Diversity, Inclusion and Elimination of Bias
NJ: 1.0 General
CA: 1.0 Recognition and Elimination of Bias
PA: To obtain PA credit, you must send your PA bar registration number to info@marinolegal.com upon completion of the course.

Michael Pospis, Esq. is the owner and principal attorney at Pospis Law PLLC.  He has dedicated his career to representing plaintiffs in Employment Discrimination, Sexual Harassment, and Personal Injury cases and to obtaining maximum compensation for victims of others’ wrongdoing.  Michael Pospis represents clients in state court, federal court, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the New York City Commission on Human Rights, and the New York State Department of Labor and frequently lectures on employment law issues.