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24 Sep
Live CLE:  What Happens Now? Bias, Race, and Tolerance at Work, School, and Society 
Event Type

Virtual

Topic

Diversity, Governance, Continuing Education

Target Audience

Staff, Alumni, Faculty, Graduate Students

University Unit
School of Law: Office of the Dean
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Live CLE:  What Happens Now? Bias, Race, and Tolerance at Work, School, and Society 

Featuring Pitt Law Alumnus 
Bruce L. Adelson, Esq. (JD ‘83) 

The United States is experiencing multiple change events that are exposing significant issues of race, bias, discrimination, tolerance, and disparities. There are ongoing protests and powerful calls for change. But when the protests end and attention moves on to other concerns. what happens next? In this one-hour Ethics CLE, Adelson will help provide answers for creating and maintaining more tolerant, legally compliant workplaces, schools, organizations, and societal relationships. 

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The content of Adelson’s presentation will include: 

  • Identifying Implicit Bias
  • Examine the Data: Tolerance and Diversity = More Productive, Satisfying Spaces
  • Tolerance & Inclusion Sell Themselves
  • Leadership
  • What the Law Says

Adelson will speak for 45 minutes and then take questions from attendees via the Zoom chat, etc.

This program has been approved by PACLE for (1) hour of Ethics Credit.  There will be a $30 fee for processing CLE credit for this event. Attendance is free if you do not require CLE credit.

Bruce L. Adelson, CEO of Federal Compliance Consulting LLC, is a former U.S Department of Justice Civil Rights Division Senior Trial Attorney. Adelson is a faculty member at Georgetown University School of Medicine in Washington, D.C. where he teaches implicit bias, discrimination, and cultural and civil rights awareness. Adelson is the author of the award-winning book Brushing Back Jim Crow – The Integration of Minor League Baseball in the American South. 

A former member of an Alexandria, VA law firm where he litigated clergy sexual assault cases, Adelson uses his federal law enforcement experience and expertise to offer consultation and training to health care providers, election administrators, state courts, international businesses, and many others. Adelson serves as an expert witness in federal and state litigation on issues including Federal Civil Rights, Police & Law Enforcement, Affordable Care Act, 1964 Civil Rights Act, Voting Rights Act, and more. 

Thursday, September 24 at 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Virtual Event

Live CLE:  What Happens Now? Bias, Race, and Tolerance at Work, School, and Society 

Featuring Pitt Law Alumnus 
Bruce L. Adelson, Esq. (JD ‘83) 

The United States is experiencing multiple change events that are exposing significant issues of race, bias, discrimination, tolerance, and disparities. There are ongoing protests and powerful calls for change. But when the protests end and attention moves on to other concerns. what happens next? In this one-hour Ethics CLE, Adelson will help provide answers for creating and maintaining more tolerant, legally compliant workplaces, schools, organizations, and societal relationships. 

Click to Register

The content of Adelson’s presentation will include: 

  • Identifying Implicit Bias
  • Examine the Data: Tolerance and Diversity = More Productive, Satisfying Spaces
  • Tolerance & Inclusion Sell Themselves
  • Leadership
  • What the Law Says

Adelson will speak for 45 minutes and then take questions from attendees via the Zoom chat, etc.

This program has been approved by PACLE for (1) hour of Ethics Credit.  There will be a $30 fee for processing CLE credit for this event. Attendance is free if you do not require CLE credit.

Bruce L. Adelson, CEO of Federal Compliance Consulting LLC, is a former U.S Department of Justice Civil Rights Division Senior Trial Attorney. Adelson is a faculty member at Georgetown University School of Medicine in Washington, D.C. where he teaches implicit bias, discrimination, and cultural and civil rights awareness. Adelson is the author of the award-winning book Brushing Back Jim Crow – The Integration of Minor League Baseball in the American South. 

A former member of an Alexandria, VA law firm where he litigated clergy sexual assault cases, Adelson uses his federal law enforcement experience and expertise to offer consultation and training to health care providers, election administrators, state courts, international businesses, and many others. Adelson serves as an expert witness in federal and state litigation on issues including Federal Civil Rights, Police & Law Enforcement, Affordable Care Act, 1964 Civil Rights Act, Voting Rights Act, and more. 

Thursday, September 24 at 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Virtual Event

Event Type

Virtual

Target Audience

Staff, Alumni, Faculty, Graduate Students