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Diversity & Inclusion in Law Practice 2017

Publication Date: February 2017 Number of Volumes: 1
ISBN Number: na Page Count: 430 pages

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Chapter 1: United States Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division; United States Attorney’s Office, District of New Jersey: Investigation of the Newark Police Department (July 22, 2014) Peter C Harvey ~ Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler LLP
Chapter 2: United States of America v. City of Newark: Consent Decree (May 5, 2016) Peter C Harvey ~ Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler LLP
Chapter 3: Diversity and Inclusion in Access to Education—Dealing with Diversity and Discrimination an Era of Implicit (and Explicit) Bias and the Special Responsibility of the Legal Profession to Support Diversity and Inclusion Natalie Gomez-Velez ~ Professor of Law, Director, Center on Latino/a Rights and Equality (CLORE) at CUNY School of Law, CUNY School of Law
Chapter 4: Department of Justice—Immigration and Naturalization Services: Registration and Monitoring of Certain Nonimmigrants, Federal Register, Vol. 67, No. 155, Part VI (August 12, 2002) Sania W Khan ~ Assistant Attorney General, Civil Rights Bureau, NY State Office of Attorney General
Chapter 5: Department of Homeland Security: Removing Designated Countries from the National Security Entry-Exit Registration System, Federal Register, Vol. 76, No. 82 (April 28, 2011) Sania W Khan ~ Assistant Attorney General, Civil Rights Bureau, NY State Office of Attorney General
Chapter 6: Questions and Answers for Employers: Responsibilities Concerning the Employment of Individuals Who Are, or Are Perceived to Be Muslim or Middle Eastern, U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (December 23, 2015) Sania W Khan ~ Assistant Attorney General, Civil Rights Bureau, NY State Office of Attorney General
Chapter 7: United State of America v. Township of Bernards, New Jersey and Bernards Township Planning Board, Complaint (U.S. Dist. Ct., D. N.J. Nov. 22, 2016) Sania W Khan ~ Assistant Attorney General, Civil Rights Bureau, NY State Office of Attorney General
Chapter 8: Handschu v. Police Department of the City of New York, Ruling on Proposed Settlement Agreement (U.S. Dist. Ct., S.D.N.Y. Oct. 28, 2016) Sania W Khan ~ Assistant Attorney General, Civil Rights Bureau, NY State Office of Attorney General
Chapter 9: Raza v. City of New York, Stipulation of Settlement and Order (U.S. Dist. Ct., E.D.N.Y. Jan. 7, 2016) Sania W Khan ~ Assistant Attorney General, Civil Rights Bureau, NY State Office of Attorney General
Chapter 10: The Conseil D’État, Press Release: The Council of State Orders a Decision Banning Clothes Demonstrating an Obvious Religious Affiliation to Be Suspended (August 26, 2016) Sania W Khan ~ Assistant Attorney General, Civil Rights Bureau, NY State Office of Attorney General
Chapter 11: Diversity Benchmarking Report 2015—New York City Bar Gabrielle Lyse Brown ~ Director of Diversity & Inclusion, New York City Bar Association
Chapter 12: Managing Partner & Attorney Toolkits: Fostering a Diverse and Inclusive Work Environment (January 2016) Gabrielle Lyse Brown ~ Director of Diversity & Inclusion, New York City Bar Association
Chapter 13: Solving the Legal Profession’s Diversity Problem, PD Quarterly, February 2016 William D Henderson ~ Indiana University Maurer School of Law
Chapter 14: Diversity & Inclusion 360 Commission: Executive Summary (August 2016) Paulette Brown ~ Immediate Past President, American Bar Association, Partner/Co-Chair of Diversity & Inclusion Committee, Locke Lord LLP
Chapter 15: Stephanie A. Scharf, N. Nate Saint-Victor, Antonio C. Castro, The Power of Partnering: Guidelines for Diverse Collaborations Among NAMWOLF Law Firms and Majority Law Firms Nate Saint-Victor ~ Executive Director, Legal and Compliance Division, Morgan Stanley
Chapter 16: Mark Roellig, “WHY” Diversity and Inclusion Are Critical to the Success of Your Law Department Nate Saint-Victor ~ Executive Director, Legal and Compliance Division, Morgan Stanley
Chapter 17: Mark Roellig, Marc Walters, The Corporate Counsel’s Guide to Growing Diversity and Inclusion, ACC Docket, Vol. 29, No. 6 (July/August 2011) Nate Saint-Victor ~ Executive Director, Legal and Compliance Division, Morgan Stanley
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Lorraine S McGowen, Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP
Nate Saint-Victor, Morgan Stanley
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