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October 27, 2020
Memphis Bar Association
Approved for Dual CLE Credit, Case Law, Civil Rights, Contracts, Employment Law, Justice Ginsburg
This keynote address is presented by Maureen Holland, an esteemed attorney renowned for her knowledge and experience in employment discrimination, contract dispute, employment-related issues, and other discrimination based issues. In this keynote, Maureen Holland will discuss the legacy of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and how the cases before Justice Ginsburg and the United States Supreme Court have impacted the legal field today. Most notably, Maureen Holland was directly involved in the filing of the historic Obergefell case before the United States Supreme Court and was involved in oral arguments before the same. Previously recorded 10/27/2020, in partnership with the AWA.
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