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Diversity

Legal Talk Today

The Appellate Project

Tune in to hear about The Appellate Project and its mission to bring greater diversity to our appellate courts with founder Juvaria Khan.

Legal Talk Today
State Bar of Texas Podcast

The 15th and 19th Amendments: Looking Back and Looking Forward

Host Rocky Dhir is joined by Paul Stafford to discuss the milestone anniversaries of the 15th and 19th amendments and their relationship to current events.

State Bar of Texas Podcast
Paralegal Voice

The WILLOW Project: Helping Wrongfully Convicted Women

Anne Geraghty-Rathert discusses the mission of the WILLOW Project and prevalent issues in women’s wrongful convictions.

Paralegal Voice
Podcast
Paralegal Voice
Lawyer 2 Lawyer

Celebrating the Upcoming 100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment

Historian Ellen Carol DuBois and law professor Paula Monopoli discuss the upcoming 100th Anniversary of the official adoption of the 19th Amendment and take a look at the history of women fighting for voting rights.

Lawyer 2 Lawyer
Podcast
Lawyer 2 Lawyer
Lawyer 2 Lawyer

Inside Girls High School Football and a Title IX Lawsuit

Attorney Brent Gordon and his daughter, Sam Gordon, discuss girls high school football, their pending Title IX lawsuit, and the importance of fighting for change for girls in sports.

Lawyer 2 Lawyer
Podcast
Lawyer 2 Lawyer
ABA Journal: Modern Law Library

What does police abolition look like?

Alex S. Vitale explains the troubling origins of modern policing, why commonly suggested reforms like training and increased diversity have not been successful, and much more.

ABA Journal: Modern Law Library
Lawyerist Podcast

#280: Expanding Your Firm’s Equity, Diversity, & Inclusion Awareness, with Jennifer Brown

Jennifer Brown discusses how law firm's hiring process and culture can meet the needs for a diverse audience. 

Lawyerist Podcast
ABA Journal: Modern Law Library

Meet 9 American women shortlisted for the U.S. Supreme Court before Sandra Day O’Connor

Renee Knake Jefferson and Hannah Brenner Johnson talk about their research project into the careers and personal lives of nine women who could have been elevated to the Supreme Court.

ABA Journal: Modern Law Library
ABA Law Student Podcast

Law School Innovators: Taking Legal Ed Online

ABA Law Student Podcast host Meghan Steenburgh hosts two sets of interviews focused on online legal education.

ABA Law Student Podcast
@theBar

The Represent Edition: Kate Black Explains How Women Can Run for Office and Change the World

Kate Black discusses why it's important to eliminate barriers that may stop women from running for office by demystifying the process and how her book provides an accessible step-by-step guide that any person can follow.

@theBar
Podcast
@theBar
ABA Journal: Modern Law Library

Two families connected by LA riots collide in ‘Your House Will Pay

Steph Cha, author of Your House Will Pay, talks about the real-life incidents that provided the inspiration for her novel.

ABA Journal: Modern Law Library
ABA Journal: Asked and Answered

Why did a Georgia city prohibit tattoos on Sundays?

Stephanie Francis Ward explores people’s changing views of laws inspired by Christian outlooks and whether it’s worth changing those laws, even if they are rarely if ever enforced.

ABA Journal: Asked and Answered
ABA Journal: Asked and Answered

The financial costs for firms when women and minority lawyers leave

Ripa Rashid talks with Senior Writer Stephanie Francis Ward about how can firms keep female and minority lawyers from leaving their firms and the high cost for said firms when they depart.

ABA Journal: Asked and Answered
ABA Journal: Legal Rebels

Diversity in the legal tech community

Kristen Sonday discusses what it means to be a female co-founder, questions why she didn't notice more female and minority founders, and wonders if legal tech has a diversity problem.

ABA Journal: Legal Rebels
ABA Journal: Asked and Answered

What seasoned and new lawyers can learn from each other

Karen Kaplowitz talks about how newer and older lawyers can work together and discover unique business development opportunities, while also having more a diverse legal teams, and finding better ways to use social media in marketing.

ABA Journal: Asked and Answered