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The Broken Model: Confronting Anti-Asian Bias in the Legal
The Broken Model: Confronting Anti-Asian Bias in the Legal Profession
Tuesday, July 13, 2021 | 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Online registration is closed. To register, call Customer Relations at 212-382-6663.
Free for City Bar and AABANY members | $15 for Non-Members
Members of the AABANY please call Customer Relations at 212.382.6663 to register.
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Repeated campaigns throughout U.S. history painted Asian Americans as perpetual outsiders, threatening the jobs and safety of “real Americans.” Since the Sixties, the “model minority” myth has stereotyped Asian Americans as a monolithic group of over-achievers driven to succeed by family pressure, paired with a machine-like work ethic. In the workplace, implicit biases about weak leadership and communication skills, and a lack of creativity often go unrecognized and unchallenged. As media attention has focused on the rising tide of anti-Asian violence, Asian Americans are increasingly speaking up about the biases they face in various aspects of their lives. This includes feeling marginalized in the workplace and facing the dreaded “bamboo ceiling” that limits advancement for Asian Americans. Join us for a program where a wide array of Asian American lawyers will share their personal experiences in the workplace, and we will discuss research-based frameworks and personal strategies to combat bias and support inclusion and advancement.
Sheila S. Boston
, President of the New York City Bar Association
, Chief Legal Officer, Thomson Reuters
, President & CEO of the Minority Corporate Counsel Association
, Day Pitney and President of the Filipino American Lawyers Association of New York
, Winston & Strawn, Co-founder of the Sikh Coalition, and Board Member of the South Asian Bar Association of DC
Hon. Lillian Wan
, New York State Supreme Court
, Director of Professional Development and DEI, Stroock and Stroock and Lavan
, Jian Wu and Chengdong Xing, Co-Chairs
Minorities in the Profession
, Jonathan Waldauer & Johan Tatoy, Co-Chairs
Asian American Bar Association of New York
The Office for Diversity and Inclusion
, James A. Lewis, Executive Director
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