Assessing Diversity and Implicit Bias AC18 (.MP3)
The experts on this ethics panel will focus on cross-cultural awareness and sensitivity issues that are unique to this profession—e.g., diverse immigration attorneys from various backgrounds representing clients from different countries around the world. Panelists will provide attendees with insights and advice on how best to effectively collaborate with clients of different cultural backgrounds. Panelists will address ethical and practical considerations in balancing open-mindedness and sensitivity with awareness of implicit bias, and reflect on how this bias impacts client representation and case strategy.
- Effective and Culturally-Sensitive Communication Techniques When Working with Colleagues, Clients, and Opposing Counsel
- Stepping into the Client’s Shoes: Educating Yourself in Order to Communicate Client Cultural Norms and Values When Presenting the Case
- Effectively Communicating with Indigent Clients
- Increasing Self-Awareness and Demonstrating Respect to Colleagues and Clients
- Chelsea HaleyNelson (DL), Oakland, CA
- Russell Abrutyn, AILA Co-Chair Civility Task Force/Message Center Moderators Chair, Berkley, MI
- Margo Chernysheva, AILA Nevada Chapter Chair, Las Vegas, NV
- Maya Salah, Minneapolis, MN
*For a complete list of all the sessions offered at the 2018 Annual Conference please view the Conference Program.
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