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Law, Literature, and Elimination of Bias (Afternoon Session)
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Law, Literature, and Elimination of Bias (Afternoon Session)

When: Friday, February 12
1:30 p.m.
Where: HCBA Office
600 Nicollet Mall
Suite 390
Minneapolis 55402
United States
Contact: Larry Schultz

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Registration is now closed.  Call Larry at 612-752-6622 with any questions.

Law, Literature, Legal Ethics, and Elimination of Bias

5.0 (3.0 Ethics and 2.0 Elimination of Bias) CLE credits applied for this program.

The HCBA's Law & Literature CLE seminars provide a unique way to earn your ethics and elimination of bias CLE credits. Led by experienced facilitators, these popular CLE programs use short articles and works of fiction as a springboard for active discussions on legal ethics and bias. Stories will be sent to you once you register and must be read in advance.  

Choose the morning program for the Ethics discussion, the afternoon session for Elimination of Bias, or sign up for a whole day and save on registration. Space is limited. No walk-in registrations accepted.

Stories include: Afternoon SessionThe Tropical Bedroom, Norval Morris; Why Women Still Can’t Have it All, Anne-Marie Slaughter

Facilitators: Retired Judge Timothy Baland, Literature for Lifetime Learning and Rosalie W. O’Brien, Senior Associate General Counsel, University of Minnesota


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