Yes, these courses qualify for mandatory continuing legal education for: National Association of Legal Assistants, State Bar of California, Florida, North Carolina, and Louisiana State Paralegal Association. For all others please check with the corresponding institutions.
ODW2134 – DEI and Belonging: What It Means for the Legal Profession
The majority of the session focuses on how to integrate those concepts into our ways of working – not only how we treat our co-workers, friends, and family, but how we approach the policies, procedures, and norms that guide our work.
Course Category: On-Demand Webinars
Course Level: Basic
CLE Credit: Non-substantive
CLE Hours: 1.0
Fees: $45 for Members and $65 for Non-members
Course Materials: Webinar recording and a PDF of the PowerPoint slides.
Description: We all have likely heard about “diversity,” “inclusion,” “equity,” and “belonging,” and we have probably attended at least one program or learning opportunity on these topics. In this session, we briefly overview how the terms are currently understood. We discuss other terms that are used when talking about DEI efforts.
The majority of the session focuses on how to integrate those concepts into our ways of working – not only how we treat our co-workers, friends, and family, but how we approach the policies, procedures, and norms that guide our work. We use a variety of case studies to demonstrate this concept. By the end of the session, we should understand what “diversity,” “inclusion,” “equity,” and “belonging” mean, and learn about a few actions we can implement in our own lives to create a greater sense of equity and belonging in our own work.
Course Year: 2021
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