Sedona Conference attendees learn about Micro-Aggressions.October 2016
Lovita Tandy co-developed and participated in the Sedona Conference’s first diversity related CLE panel. The presentation on Understanding Micro-Aggressions took place at The Sedona Conference Working Group on Electronic Document Retention & Production’s (WG1) 2016 Annual Meeting. Participants learned about the concept of Micro-Aggressions and responded to panelists’ hypothetical examples of micro-aggressions drawn from modern legal practice. Ray Nilroy (Littler Mendelson) moderated the panel. The other panelists were Vincent Catanzaro (Shook, Hardy & Bacon L.L.P), Tracy Greer (D.O.J. – Antitrust Division), and Jenifer Johnston (Office of City Attorney in Portland).
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