Guthrie Theater CLE
2.0 Elimination of Bias CLE • $200 Tuition
2.0 Ethics Elimination of Bias Video Replay of The Guthrie Theater’s CLE Challenging Gender Bias, Positive Role Models in Theater, Society and Law. $200
Valerie Jensen, Executive Director, Twin Cities Diversity in Practice; Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Jan M. Conlin, Partner; Robins, Kaplan, Miller & Ciresi LLP; Minneapolis, Minnesota;
Charles Ferrell, Partner; Faegre & Benson (NKA Faegre Baker Daniels); Minneapolis, Minnesota;
Roderick A. Palmore, General Counsel, Chief Compliance and Risk Management Officer for General Mills, Inc.;
This 2.0 credit continuing legal education course examines the impact female role models in theater, society and law can have on gender bias. Despite progress, evidence of gender disparity remains. Yet female professionals from all disciplines wield power in shifting societal perception through their ability to control their own narratives.
In this webcast, Guthrie actors read scenes from the provocative play Third by Wendy Wasserstein. Third tells the story of Professor Laurie Jameson, whose life is thrown into disarray when she accuses a student of plagiarism. In challenging the student, who in turn charges her with reverse discrimination, Laurie is forced to question her aggressively feminist ideology, standards and family relationships.
A panel of prominent female leaders and artists, including Sally Wingert who played Professor Jameson in the Guthrie’s 2008 production of Third, will lead the discussion.
This course has been previously accredited in multiple jurisdictions. We are adding more jurisdictions every day. If you are interested in us accrediting in your state let us know and we will get on it.
The moderated webcast of this course has been accredited multiple times–jurisdictions such as Minnesota require resubmission of paperwork for all moderated webcasts each time they are held, so these credits are considered “applied for credits”.
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…the program was excellent and exceeded my expectations.
This was a very interesting format. Thanks for providing access to this presentation.