Implicit Bias in the Criminal Justice System (OnDemand)
Originally held on Thursday, June 4, 2020 | 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
Please Note: This program will consist of audio-only instruction by the faculty, along with a visual aid presentation.
$29 for Members | $79 for Nonmembers
Members who are Recent Law Graduates, Newly Admitted Lawyers (admitted for the first time in any state or country 2019-2021), In-House/Corporate Counsel, Judges, and attorneys that practice within the Government, Academic or Not-for-Profit sectors attend this program for free.
New York: 1.5 Diversity, Inclusion and Elimination of Bias
New Jersey: 1.5 General
California: 1.0 Elimination of Bias
Pennsylvania: 1.0 Professional Responsibility
Newly admitted New York attorneys (attorneys
admitted to the New York State Bar for two years or less) cannot earn
CLE credit in the category of Diversity, Inclusion and Elimination of
As a frequent lecturer to prosecutors, judges and attorneys in
New York and around the country, Professor Rachel Godsil will introduce
the concepts of implicit bias, racial anxiety and stereotype threat, and
relate these concepts to prosecution and criminal litigation, using
scientific data and real world success stories.
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Rachel Godsil, Co-Founder and Co-Director, Perception Institute and Professor of Law, Rutgers Law School
Sponsoring Association Committee:
Criminal Justice Operations, Sarah J. Berger, Chair
Sponsoring Association Organization:
Office of Diversity & Inclusion, Deborah Martin Owens, Executive Director