Prof. Kaufman presents #MeToo continuing legal education program
More than 100 lawyers and other guests attended Prof. Rona Kaufman's continuing legal education program on Saturday, April 28,#MeToo: Law, (Mis)Conceptions, Backlash, and Norms. The program offered a total of three CLE credits, one (1) hour of ethics and two (2) hours of substantive credit.
Kaufman discussed how public perceptions and misconceptions raised through the #MeToo Movement compare and contrast with established legal rules. Her presentation identified unintended consequences and backlash and included information on the social and legal norms that guide relationships in and out of the workplace.
Kaufman ended the program by examining proposals for addressing the myriad of issues moving forward.
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