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ABA Journal: Asked and Answered

How to land government contracts as a minority- or women-owned firm

This legal podcast dives into getting certified as a minority-owned law firm for government or private-sector programs.

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ABA Journal: Modern Law Library

How a Chinese-American family challenged school segregation in 1920s Mississippi

Author of “Water Tossing Boulders: How a Family of Chinese Immigrants Led the First Fight to Desegregate Schools in the Jim Crow South” discusses this little known chapter of history.

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Lawyerist Podcast

#115: Why Military Spouses Shouldn’t Have to Keep Taking the Bar Exam, with Josie Beets

Josie Beets explains why military spouses who are lawyers should be able to get a license to practice law without taking the bar exam over and over again.

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#113 How to Build a Mom (and Dad)–Friendly Law Firm, with Michelle Browning Coughlin

Michelle Browning Coughlin discusses how being a parent—especially a mom—can make it harder to practice law, and how firms can be more parent-friendly.

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On the Road

ABA TECHSHOW 2017: Women Are Powerful in Legal Technology

A discussion on why it’s important to promote women’s roles in the legal industry and what specific characteristics women have to improve the tech field.

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Robert Half Legal Report

Strengthening Diversity: A Business Imperative for Today’s Law Firms

Current trends and law practice management strategies for establishing and maintaining a legal workplace that values diversity and inclusiveness.

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Lawyerist Podcast

#105: How Small Firms Can Promote Diversity, with Heather Hackman

Dr. Heather Hackman helps us get a new perspective on diversity and the legal profession.

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ABA Journal: Asked and Answered

How can lawyers fight implicit bias?

Stephanie speaks with Jeffrey Rachlinski, a Cornell Law School professor who has done various studies about implicit bias, including one that focused on trial judges.

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Lawyer 2 Lawyer

Gender Discrimination in the Workplace

David Sanford, Kerrie Campbell, and Caroline Fredrickson discuss litigation, the difficulty of proving gender discrimination, and legislation.

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On the Road

State Bar of Michigan Annual Meeting: Improving Diversity Within the Legal Profession

State Bar of Michigan President Lawrence Nolan on sustaining efforts to improve diversity within the judiciary.

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The Digital Edge

Attaining Law Firm Diversity

John Mitchell, a law firm diversity coach, talks about the difference between diversity and inclusion and explains diversity fatigue.

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ABA Law Student Podcast

Communication Tips that Combat Gender Bias

Andrea Kramer discusses her new book, Breaking Through Bias: Communication Techniques for Women to Succeed at Work, and gender equality in the workplace.

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Lawyerist Podcast

#31: Shantelle Argyle’s Non-Profit Law Firm

Shantelle Argyle talks about what it takes to start a non-profit law firm and how OLS has grown from two lawyers to six in less than two years.

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In-House Legal

Skills for Success as a General Counsel

In-house lawyers who are looking to become a general counsel face fierce competition and high standards. Corporations are seeking candidates with an extensive skillset, often favoring experienced general counsels, or exceptional in-house lawyers. But how does an in-house lawyer gain these valuable skills? In this episode of In-House Legal, Randy Milch interviews Mark Roellig, General...

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