(Postponed) Dressing Authentically

New York City Bar
(Postponed) Dressing Authentically: Expressing Your Personal Style Within the Boundaries of the Law
Thursday, April 2, 2020 |  6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
Program Fees:

Free for Members | $15 Non-Members

A year ago, the NYC Human Rights Commission released guidelines called the New York City Human Rights Law which seeks to protect the rights of New Yorkers to maintain natural hair or hairstyles closely related with racial, ethnic or cultural identities. This law made New York the second state to ban this type of discrimination after California. A panel of experts will explore the recent legislation addressing acceptable dress in the work place. Additionally, the panel will expound upon how you can express your personal style while protecting yourself from discrimination, as well as giving you tangible ways to be authentic and professional through your style choices.

Chaumtoli Huq, CUNY Law School Professor
Nanyarid Gonzalez, New York City Commission on Human Rights
Jessica Moldovan
, NYU School of Law's Center of Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging
Paula T. Edgar, Partner, Inclusion Strategy Solutions LLC
Stacey Wallace-Albert, Principal Stylist and Store Training Specialist, Brooks Brothers

Bomopregha Julius, The Northern Law Group, P.C.

Sponsoring Committee:
Minorities in the Profession, Johan Erik Tatoy and Jonathan Waldauer, Co-Chairs

Cosponsoring Committee:

Labor and Employment Law, Katherine A. Greenberg, Chair
Civil Rights, Zoey Chenitz, Chair

Sponsored by:

Brooks Brothers

42 West 44th Street New York, NY 10036

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