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Injustices Under the Law (Legal Lunchbox™ Series) 1.50 Credits

Injustices Under the Law (Legal Lunchbox™ Series September 2017)

ON-DEMAND SEMINAR

This recorded seminar presents a look at effective strategies, and related ethical questions for the legal profession when the law doesn't equal justice. The seminar begins with a historic look at when and how legal professionals have responded to moments of social and cultural crises and move into strategies for addressing legal injustices in a contemporary setting.

This recorded Legal LunchboxTM is in partnership with the WSBA Diversity Program.*

Original Program Date: Sep 26, 2017
Product Code: LL170926-UMB

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This on-demand program was a Legal LunchboxTM live webcast presented on September 26, 2017. If you attended the webcast and reported CLE credits, you cannot also report credits from watching or listening to this recording.

Presenters:
Rick Eichstaedt - Center for Justice, Spokane
Paul Lawrence - Pacifica Law Group, Seattle
Michele Storms - American Civil Liberties Union of Washington, Seattle
Camille Walsh - University of Washington, Seattle


*How WSBA Defines Diversity
Diversity refers to meaningful representation of and equal opportunities for individuals who self identify with those groups that are under-represented in the legal profession based upon, but not limited to, disability, gender, age, familial status, race, ethnicity, religion, economic class, sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression. Statewide geographic diversity and area of practice shall also be given consideration. Adopted by the WSBA Board of Governors in March 2010.

Learn more about WSBA Diversity Programs.

Diversity Committee
The Washington State Bar Association's Diversity Committee implements the WSBA's Diversity and Inclusion Plan, supports the advancement of historically underrepresented groups in the legal profession, and collaborates with partners to raise awareness in the community of the benefits of diversity through the continued use of the membership study. Help advance WSBA's commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion in the legal profession.

Learn more about joining the WSBA Diversity Committee.


For accessibility or accommodation requests, or other questions, please email ondemand@wsba.org.

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