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(*Discontinued)Cultural Awareness as a Means to Resolution

DVD 2.0 CLE Hours

Cultural Awareness as a Means to Resolution

This program will be a moderated video replay a program originally presented last December that consisted of a panel presentation and discussion of issues of culture and its impact in the legal, judicial, employment, business, and dispute resolution fields. Each panelist spoke about culture and its effect on their practice.

The emphasis of the program is to address culture and its effect proactively in order to be more effective as a practitioner, particularly as it shapes dispute resolution. The program, by addressing culture, will teach ways to inspire trust, show respect, and reduce disputes in these arenas.

Moderated by: B. Mark Mulloy, Mulloy & Mulloy & Holly C. Wallace, Dinsmore & Shohl; Speakers include: Judge Angela McCormick Bisig, Jefferson District Court; Judge Denise G. Clayton, Kentucky Court of Appeals; Laura M. Douglas, E.ON U.S.; Tamla Oates-Forney, General Electric; Wendy C. Hyland, Dinsmore & Shohl; Janet Jernigan, Just Solutions; Ellie Kerstetter, Attorney at Law; Djenita Pasic, Brainworks USA; Orvitta Shannon, Toyota Manufacturing Company.

The KBA allows attorneys to earn up to 6.0 hours of CLE credit per year by viewing accredited video tapes.

To request delivery or pick-up, or to arrange for additional participants at one viewing, please contact the CLE Department at 583-5314

Cost is $80/LBA Members; $160/non-members

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