Workplace Allyship 101 with Ellie Krug – TCDIP CLE

Jun 19, 2018

  Many people consider themselves an “ally” of one or more marginalized groups or communities, like folks who identify as LGBTQ or as amember of a religious minority. However, “allyship” is different; it’s the action part of being an ally. And because we’re human—which means we’re often afraid or confused—many of us don’t engage in…keep reading

Innocence Project of Minnesota

Apr 18, 2018

The Ethics and Causes of Wrongful Convictions April 18, 8am-10am Please join us and learn about the causes and ethics of wrongful convictions, how our own biases impact the justice system, and what we can do to improve the justice system and our workplaces.  This course is presented by the Innocence Project of Minnesota and…keep reading

2018 Annual Meeting

Apr 11, 2018

2018 Twin Cities Diversity in Practice Annual Meeting April 11, 2018 8am-10am Brave New Workshop Minneapolis, MN Join us at the Twin Cities Diversity in Practice’s Annual Meeting for an engaging conversation with Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey. During an interactive session, you will hear from the Mayor about his plans to attract and retain high-skilled…keep reading

Twin Cities Diversity in Practice Leadership Breakfast

Mar 14, 2018

Please join us on March 14th, 2018, from 8:00am-10:00am at Robins Kaplan, as we introduce and welcome Twin Cities Diversity in Practice’s new Executive Director & President, Summra M. Shariff. Summra will share some of her thoughts on the diversity in the legal community and her initial view for how Twin Cities in Diversity in…keep reading