External Seminars

Does Diversity Have a Single Definition in a Global Context?

Does Diversity Have a Single Definition in a Global Context?
November 19, 2020
online seminar
the ABA International Law Section, Northeast Asia, Japan & Korea Committee
Practice Areas
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International Diversity: Views and News in Comparative Jurisdictions A Discussion

We often think of Diversity in the context of our legislation (Title VII) and evolving court interpretations of protected classes. While there are similar initiatives and attitudes in some jurisdictions, in the international context, it is not as easy to find identical paths and interpretations of what diversity means within varying international legal frameworks and in an international context.

Norika Yuasa, Miura & Partners, Japan
Anna Birtwistle, Farrer & Co, UK/Europe
Carol ZHU, Zhong Lun Law Firm, China
Jeonghye Sophie Ahn, Yulchon, LLC, South Korea

Malcolm McNeil, Arent Fox, California, US
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