The Continuing Struggle: Ending Bias Against Women in the Law and the Judiciary


Zoom webinar

Executive Director Noreen Farrell will speak at “The Continuing Struggle: Ending Bias Against Women in the Law and the Judiciary,” a webinar on Aug. 25, 4:30 p.m., hosted by the Federal Bar Association’s Nothern District of California chapter, the Women Attorneys Advocacy Project, and The Impact Fund.

The webinar will moderated by former ERA Board Chair Drucilla S. Ramey. Other speakers include:

  • Yvonne Gonzales Rogers, U.S. District Judge, Northern District of CA;
  • Marsha Berzon, Senior U.S. Circuit Judge, 9th Circuit Court of Appeals; and
  • LaDoris Hazard Cordell, Retired Superior Court Judge for Santa Clara County

Registration costs $20 for FBA members, $30 for non-members. (No charge for judges, court staff, law clerks, law students, and government employees.) Payment by credit card can be made via PayPal to [email protected]

CA (only) MCLE – Elimination of Bias credit

To attend, RSVP by Aug. 22 to [email protected]

 

 

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