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CLE Webinar: Just Mercy & Access to Justice, Part 2: What Can I Do to Help Confront Systemic Racism
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9/18/2020
When: Friday, September 18, 2020
12:30 pm - 2:30 pm
Where: Virtual Meeting
United States
Contact: 404.521.0781


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Just Mercy and Access to Justice, Part 2:

What Can I Do to Help Confront Systemic Racism?

2 CLEs, including 1 Professionalism Credit

 

AGENDA

Each segment will include provocative film clips and a lovely roundtable discussion with our special guests.

12: 30 PM “Illuminating Bias-and Confronting Racism”- A Deeper Dive into The Role of Unconscious Bias

and Systemic Racism in Hindering Access to Justice

1:00 PM Doing Justice and Loving Mercy : The mindsets, mentality, and strategies that make all the difference

1:30 PM “How Can I Help?”- Thinking differently about why we don’t do more pro bonowork —and how to change that.

2:00 PM Failure is an Option—and Somewhat Inevitable: Practical & Sustainable Strategies for D eveloping Resilience and Maintaining Well -Being -in All Areas of Practice 

 

ROUNDTABLE SPEAKERS:

  • Cathleen Price is a 1996 graduate of Harvard Law School who works on behalf of death-sentenced pri soners, other offenders subject to excessively harsh punishments, and communities marginalized by poverty and chronic discrimination.
  • Aundre Herron is a criminal law attorney and professor with a master's degree in African- American studies who has handled many death penalty cases personally. She is active with anti -death penalty organizations, with the ACLU, and with the group, Murder Victims Families for Reconciliation
  • Sean OBrien has been director of various criminal defense clinics at University of Missouri -Kansas City School of Lawsince 1983, including the Public Defender Appeals Clinic, the Public Defender Trial Clinic and the Death Penalty Representation Clinic.
  • LaMonte McIntyre was wrongly convicted in 1994 at the age of 17 in Wyandotte, KS for a double murder. Lamonte was exonerated on October 13, 2017 at the age of 41 after serving 23 years as an innocent man.
  • Michael Kahn, JD, LPC, Co-Founder of ReelTime CLE (Facilitator)
  • Chris Osborn, JD, Co-Founder of ReelTime CLE (Facilitator)

 

COST:

Early Bird Registration (deadline September 11):

$50 for Atlanta Bar Members

$75 for Atlanta Bar Non-Members

Add $8 for CLE Credits

 

Registration (after September 11):

$75 for Atlanta Bar Members

$100 for Atlanta Bar Non-Members

Add $8 for CLE Credits


 

 

Non-members must register via this registration form.

 

*PLEASE INCLUDE YOUR BAR NUMBER WHEN YOU REGISTER

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