Recognizing and Eliminating Gender Bias in Law Firms to Maximize Revenue by Retaining and Promoting Women Lawyers (1.25 Elimination of Bias Participatory Credits)

Published by San Diego County Bar Association


Summary

Handouts for this program can be downloaded by clicking on the "Other Resources" tab in the video player.

Join incoming Board President of Lawyers Club of San Diego, Johanna Schiavoni, Esq., Professor Sara Redfield, and Teresa Beck, Esq. in an informative and thought-provoking discussion about the status of women in the legal profession, how the status of women lawyers compares to women in other fields, and the hidden issues that women lawyers face which affect their retention and promotion, in an information-packed presentation.

Presenters
Sarah Redfield
Affiliate Professor of Women's Studies - University of New Hampshire
Sarah E. Redfield is a member of the Maine bar and Professor Emeritus at the University of New Hampshire School of Law and Affiliate Professor at the University of New Hampshire School of Education and Women’s Studies Department. She is currently...More
Johanna S. Schiavoni, Esq.
Partner, Appellate Litigation - Jacobs & Schlesinger LLP
Johanna S. Schiavoni is a Partner with Jacobs & Schlesinger LLP. Johanna’s practice focuses on complex litigation, with a specialty in state and federal court appellate litigation. She has handled a variety of complex appellate and trial proceedings...More
Teresa M. Beck, Esq.
Partner - Lincoln, Gustafson & Cercos
Teresa M. Beck is a partner with the law firm of Lincoln, Gustafson & Cercos, an "AV" rated civil firm. She is an AV Rated civil attorney, and was recently named a Top Rated Lawyer of 2013 by AmLaw and Martindale Hubbell. Both Ms. Beck's philosophy...More

Originally Published

March 11, 2013


Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

  • Recognizing and Eliminating Gender Bias in Law Firms Video
  • Recognizing and Eliminating Gender Bias in Law Firms Audio
  • Recognizing and Eliminating Gender Bias in Law Firms Handouts

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