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Friday, May 10 • 8:30am - 10:00am
I Get Diversity, But What is Inclusion? Recognizing Bias in Legal Aid

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This interactive workshop will examine the impact of implicit bias and explore how implicit bias manifests in our daily interactions. Strategies will address how implicit bias can manifest itself in the civil legal aid community and provide a framework for fostering and building inclusive and difficult dialogue.

Speakers
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Dina Shafey Scott

Training and Technical Assistance Manager, The Legal Services Corporation
Dr. Dina Shafey Scott is the training and technical assistance program manager with Legal Services Corporation. While at LSC, Dr. Shafey Scott is creating and managing the new Legal Services learning platform for grantees and other stakeholders in the Legal Aid field. Dr. Shafey Scott... Read More →
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Rhodia Thomas

Executive Director, MidPenn Legal Services
Rhodia Thomas is the executive director of MidPenn Legal Services, a nonprofit law firm that provides civil legal services to low-income individuals and domestic violence survivors in 18 counties in central-Pennsylvania. She graduated magna cum laude from Syracuse University and received... Read More →
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Miguel Willis

Director, Access to Justice Tech Fellows, Law School Admissions Councel
Miguel Willis currently serves as the inaugural Presidential Innovation Fellow at Law School Admission Council, where he oversees the Access to Justice Tech Fellows Program. The Tech Fellows Program pairs law students with legal services organizations to develop projects that support... Read More →


Friday May 10, 2019 8:30am - 10:00am
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