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After 104 years, the Minnesota Law Review Elects its First Black Editor-In-Chief

February 8, 2021

The Minnesota Law Review recently elected Brandie Burris as editor-in-chief, making her the first Black law student to lead the publication in its 106-year history.

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5 Ways Firms Can Avoid Female Attorney Exodus During Pandemic

October 18, 2020
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Restructure Your Organization to Actually Advance Racial Justice

June 22, 2020
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Supreme Court Delivers Major Victory to LGBTQ Employees

June 15, 2020

Does the 1964 Civil Rights Act protect employees from being terminated on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity? Until recently, the legal answer to this question wasn’t clear. NPR discusses the Supreme Court’s decision that discrimination due to sexuality is, by nature, discrimination based on sex—and thus prohibited.

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Is there any silver lining in the global pandemic?

May 21, 2020

Is there any silver lining in the global pandemic? The HR Exchange asks whether remote workforces improve diversity and inclusion. They suggest that, in a remote environment, biases come to the fore less as employers focus on productivity and effectiveness. Is this your experience?

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