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Fact or Fiction – Implicit Bias In The Workplace and Courtroom; Psychological Tests, Screening and Jury Selection

Recorded on: May. 11, 2017
Running Time: 01:00:28

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Taken from the Web Program Psychological Issues in the Workplace 2017 recorded May, 2017 in New York.

Fact or Fiction – Implicit Bias In The Workplace and Courtroom; Psychological Tests, Screening and Jury Selection [01:00:28]
  • Implicit bias and its potential role in employment decision-making
  • The validity of using the Implicit Association Test as a means of measuring bias in the workplace
  • Evidentiary issues regarding the use of implicit bias and stereotyping evidence in discrimination lawsuits
  • Identifying and addressing biases and stereotypes in jury selection and during trial

Moderator:  Neal D. Mollen
Speakers: Gregory Mitchell, Jill E. Huntley Taylor, Ph.D., Darnley D. Stewart
(Bias credit for CA attorneys)

The purchase price of this segment includes the following article from the Course Handbook available online:

  • The Power and the Problems of “Evidence” of Implicit Bias in Employment Discrimination Cases
    Neal D. Mollen, Sarah G. Besnoff
  • An Implicit Bias Primer (February 14, 2017)
    Gregory Mitchell
  • Implicit Bias: Meaning, Measure, Meaningfulness
    Jill E. Huntley Taylor

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  • Fact or Fiction – Implicit Bias In the Workplace and Courtroom; Psychological Tests, Screening and Jury Selection
    Gregory Mitchell, Neal D. Mollen, Darnley D. Stewart, Jill E. Huntley Taylor
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Gregory Mitchell ~ Joseph Weintraub–Bank of America Distinguished Professor of Law, Thomas F. Bergin Teaching Professor of Law, University of Virginia School of Law
Neal D Mollen ~ Paul Hastings LLP
Darnley D Stewart ~ Outten & Golden LLP
Jill E. Huntley Taylor ~ Director, Dispute Dynamics, Inc.
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