A general election caused Dickson Jere to move from the corridors of power to the corridors of justice. Once serving as Press Secretary to Zambia’s former President Rupiah Banda, the election of a new government led to a new life outside of the ruling government. In this talk, Dickson Jere shares his insights into reinventing
What would my life and the world look like if Black Trans* Lives mattered? Race, gender, social class, and disability all intersect to shape Black Trans* lives. How would social institutions, such as education, law, healthcare, religion, and family be different? Dr. Dafina-Lazarus (D-L) Stewart (he and they) is professor in the School of Education
Cultural Fashion: Transform the Fashion Industry From Villain to Hero | Monica Boța-Moisin | TEDxTUM
What do the fashion designer Tom Ford, the singer Adele, the country of Romania and a lawyer have in common? The use of ethnic designs in the fashion industry raises issues of plagiarism and cultural misappropriation. Can big fashion houses simply copy traditional clothing designs, trademark these designs, and therefore legally protect the copied design?
Would you let a private global corporation own and run our world wide road system? Processing all traffic laws in secret, private courts with no rights, no appeals, and no outside accountability?… Then why do we let private corporations run our main Internet services, like search? Josh Bachynski is an academic and Ethicist with over
Where are the places you have not been and should go? Who are the people you know that are the most vulnerable and need your help? In her talk, Xiomara Torres explores the idea of advocacy unlocking potential and possibility. She is living proof of this with her incredible life journey. With special thanks to
If you’ve developed an optimized law firm website loaded with high-quality content that reflects your practice’s philosophy and commitment to your clients, that’s great!. However if your website is mostly written content, you’re missing out on a valuable opportunity to keep visitors visually engaged. Without law office images, websites can come across as stiff and
Lenni Benson shares why she started representing children facing deportation in immigration court, and how it became a massive project with over 500 volunteers providing pro bono services to immigrant children. Professor Lenni B. Benson has been teaching and writing in the field of immigration law since 1994. She is a professor at New York
There are several false assumptions about gender and negotiation – that women do not negotiate; that women cannot negotiate effectively; and that women should not negotiate. In fact, these are myths. Andrea Schneider debunks these assumptions and more, as she discussed gender and its role in negotiation. Andrea Schneider, Professor of Law at Marquette University
Professional websites today are more than just digital Yellow Pages listings. Your website offers a space to engage with new and prospective clientele in a way that demonstrates your expertise. Let’s say you’re choosing between two new doctors. They list nearly identical qualifications and services on their websites, but one site includes case studies showing
Who doesn’t want to be smarter? The key to being the smartest person in the room is to surround yourself with people who are socially different and by looking through different lenses. Diversity of all kinds provides the building blocks for inclusive intelligence – which is the antidote to polarization, alternative facts, and fake news.