Center for Excellence in Decision Making: Dialogue on Race Series

Published by Memphis Bar Association


Summary

Presented by the Center for Excellence in Decision Making, the panel will discuss recruitment and retention in law firms and in-house counsel offices.

The panel will cover the following:
1. The financial, business case for diversity and inclusion within legal departments.
2. Effective methods and best practices to increase diversity and inclusion within legal departments.
3. Overcoming obstacles to Diversity and Inclusion efforts.

Presenters
Judge Tommy Parker
Judge Thomas L. Parker was nominated for appointment to the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Tennessee by President Donald Trump to fill a position left vacant by District Judge Samuel H. Mays, who took senior status, and was sworn in...More
Terrence Reed
Tannera Gibson
Buckner Wellford
Matthew Barron

Originally Published

July 30, 2020


Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

  • Center for Excellence in Decision Making: Dialogue on Race Series - Video
  • Implicit Bias Report - Paper

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TN


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