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Race, Law, and the Mind Sciences: The Many Implications of Implicit Bias

For the past decade, legal scholars have been increasingly turning to the mind sciences, including the literature on implicit biases, to engage a range of complex legal problems. This session will discuss the importance of the mind sciences to debates about policing, affirmative action, and employment discrimination.  

Moderated By:
(PDF)Jonathan FeingoldResearch Fellow, BruinX

Panelists:
Devon W. CarbadoAmerican Bar Foundation Neukom Fellows Research Chair in Diversity and Law (2018-19); Honorable Harry Pregerson Professor of Law, UCLA
L. Song RichardsonDean and Chancellor's Professor of Law, University of California, Irvine School of Law

Listen to our Fellows CLE research seminar, "Race, Law, and the Mind Sciences: The Many Implications of Implicit Bias," from Friday, Aug. 9, 2019 at the ABA Annual Meeting in San Francisco, CA: 


abf_cle_program_race_law_and_mind_sciences_080919.mp3


Dean L. Song Richardson, left, and Professor Devon W. Carbado participate in the August 9th CLE in San Francisco

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