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How Race, Ethnicity & Gender Are Impacting Your Case and You May Not Even Know It!

TASA ID: 25240

Note: This webinar was approved for CLE credit in CA, IL (professional responsibility: Legal Ethics and Diversity), NJ, and PA.

Disclaimer: Please remember that if you are applying for CLE credit you must attend for the full 60 minutes of the LIVE presentation, not the ONDemand version. If a participant is seeking credit in states we are not approved to issue credit and the participating party seeking credit incurs a fee to receive said credit, it is not the obligation of TASA to remit payment for such credit. It is the participant's obligation to remit payment to the state in which they would like to receive credit.

On January 16, 2024 at 3:00 p.m. (ET), The TASA Group, in conjunction with adult and child psychiatry, forensic psychiatry expert, Dr. Cheryl Wills presented a one-hour interactive webinar presentation, How Race, Ethnicity & Gender Are Impacting Your Case and You May Not Even Know It!, for all legal professionals.


1.            Recognize how privilege and bias can compromise litigation strategies

2.            Examine how organized medicine is addressing racial bias in healthcare

3.            Describe how reducing racial and gender bias in litigation can improve outcomes and reduce professional burnout

The use of case examples and empirical studies will illustrate concepts.

About the Expert:

Dr. Cheryl Wills, DFAPA, brings more than 25 years’ experience in medical practice, including organized medicine and advocacy. Her peers have voted her one of the best psychiatrists in the nation. Dr. Wills is a member of the American Psychiatric Association Board (APA) of Trustees and received its Special Presidential Commendation for her work as Chair of its Presidential Task Force on Structural Racism throughout Psychiatry. Dr. Wills is on the faculty of Case Western Reserve University. She is regarded as a skilled clinician, teacher, expert witness, advocate, leader and strategist.

Dr. Wills’ training, credentials, and experience in the clinical, administrative and legal aspects of psychiatry qualify her to offer a unique perspective when considering complex healthcare and legal matters in clinical and business settings and when addressing corporate Board matters of risk reduction, harm avoidance, human resource concerns, and the public face of organizations.

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