“When You are the Target: Sexual Harassment in the Legal Profession”
Your firm encourages gender bias training, has established a strong policy prohibiting sexual harassment and promotes a culture of professionalism. But, is the firm really walking the walk? Is there a common understanding of what constitutes sexual harassment? Does the culture encourage associates and partners to use the policy? Does your firm enforce the policy? Would doing so result in stigma forever? What happens when a client harasses you? In difficult economic times, can you afford to complain? When you work 80 hours a week, is dating colleagues your only hope of a social life or a recipe for disaster? Join us for an opportunity to explore these and other questions with panelists who helped to write these laws and policies and enforce them.