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Diversity & Inclusion in the Workplace

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Date Published

December 20, 2020

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Toledo Bar Association

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Summary

Prof. Harris is the leading national authority on racial profiling. He will explore how attorneys can encourage the utilization of procedural justice tenets to promote fairness, efficiency, and integrity in their work.

Prof. Salem will discuss the following:

·Important data about the LGBTQ community in workplace settings

· An analysis of the Court’s reasoning in Bostock v. Clayton County

· How the decision impacts LGBTQ workers and their employers

· How to make the workplace friendly to LGBTQ workers so the risk of litigation is mitigated

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Presenters

David A. Harris

David A. Harris is the Sally Ann Semenko Chair and Professor of Law at the University of Pittsburgh’s law school, where he... Read More

Robert A. Salem

A member of the faculty since 1994, Mr. Salem teaches clinical courses that provide students with the skills necessary to... Read More

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