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Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Consulting Events

Sybil Dunlop, Jenny Gassman-Pines, and Davida Williams to Present at Minnesota CLE's 2023 Employment Law Institute

May 20, 2024

Davida will present the opening plenary session “U.S. Supreme Court Case Update,” an indispensable review of the U.S. Supreme Court cases since May 2023—and those pending—that every employment practitioner needs to know.

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Sybil Dunlop and Amran Farah to Present for Twin Cities Diversity in Practice

May 11, 2023

Participants will leave the program with the tools and best practices to overcome bias and return to their offices as change agents and leaders in interrupting bias.

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Event (10/23/2020): Sybil Dunlop to Present at UST Law Journal Fall Symposium on Protests & Reform

October 23, 2020

Greene Espel attorney Sybil Dunlop will join a group of legislators, academics, and other legal practitioners during a University of St. Thomas symposium to examine how lawmakers and the legal profession have responded to change demands in the wake of George Floyd’s death.

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Event (8/21/2020): Why the Legal Profession is the Nation’s Least Diverse and How We Can Do Better

August 21, 2020

Greene Espel attorney Sybil Dunlop will provide a free, virtual CLE on the topic of Why the Legal Profession is the Nation’s Least Diverse and How We Can Do Better for the Collaborative Community Law Initiative (CCLI).

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Event (6/4/2019): Implicit Bias: How It Affects the Legal Profession and How to Fix It

June 4, 2019

Please join for a presentation and discussion on “Implicit Bias: How It Affects the Legal Profession and How to Fix It.” Greene Espel attorney Sybil Dunlop will present and facilitate a discussion on Implicit Bias based on race, gender, disability, age, and sexual orientation as well as its impact on the legal industry.

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