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International Women’s Day 2022 – Programs for the Legal Profession

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We’re highlighting three free key programs recognizing International Women’s Day for the legal profession.



In recognition of International Women’s Day, join this webinar focused on the new global labor standard and how it can be used to bolster efforts by the U.S. government, employers, and workers’ organizations to prevent and address GBVH in the world of work.


March 8th at 6:00pm — Breaking The Bias: Views From The Front Lines (NBA Women Lawyers Division)

Brought to you by NBA Women Lawyers Division and Labor and Employment Section, this webinar is being offered in connection with International Women’s Day. The theme for this year is Breaking The Bias.


March 9th at 2:00PM — Building Resilience from Trauma in the Legal Profession (LCL MA, MLRI)

Join peers in the profession in honor of Black and Women’s History months, which this year are focused on health, wellness, healing, and hope. Our experienced panel will examine the unique stressors of working in legal services and nonprofits, especially for attorneys of color and women and discuss how to maintain emotional and psychological health through trauma. Immediately following the discussion, participants will be invited to join breakout sessions for focused discussions, including one on women in the legal profession. Register here.



Left Out and Left Behind: ABA Report Shows Hurdles Women of Color Face in the Legal Profession (LCL MA, 2020)

The Pandemic Hit Women Hard; Here’s What Leaders Must Do Next (Gallup, 2022)

Recruiting Women Takes More Than Just Competitive Pay (Gallup, 2022)


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