2019 Justice Alan Page Elimination of Bias CLE Seminar
April 17 @ 8:00 am - 11:30 am$150
The Justice Alan Page Elimination of Bias Seminar
Loews Hotel, Minneapolis
Wednesday, April 17th, 2019
8:00 – 11:30 am
Early Bird: $125 (ends March 22, 2019)
Page Scholar Alumni: $100
Law Clerks and Other Staff: $100
Government, Non Profit, Non Practicing Attorney $125
Day of Ticket Purchase: $175
Group Ticket Rates (5 or more paid at the same time) contact us at 612.332.0406
CLE: ELIMINATION OF BIAS
To mark his retirement from the Minnesota Supreme Court in 2015, Alan Page launched an initiative, to build awareness of ethics and the elimination of bias in the law, matters that will shape our legal community now and in the future.
This year’s program will focus specifically on racial bias. Speakers will include Justice Alan Page and former Page Scholar Alumnae Dr. Artika Tyner, Associate V.P. of Diversity and Inclusion at the University of St. Thomas, and Kamyala Howard, Founder and CEO of We’re Devine Consulting.
Proceeds from this event provide financial support to current Page Scholars who are pursing their dreams of post-secondary education in pre-law, law enforcement, or law school, such as Page Scholar, Paris Yarbrough, who is completing her juris doctor at the University of St. Thomas.
- Wednesday, April 17th, 2019
- Loews Hotel | 601 1st Avenue N, Minneapolis, MN 55403
- 8 am Check-In & Breakfast Reception
- 9-11:30 am CLE Program
- The Page Education Foundation is seeking 2.0 hours of Elimination of Bias credits for the program.
Consider a sponsorship! This year 23 Page Scholars are majoring in pre-law, law enforcement, or are currently pursuing their Juris Doctor. By joining us as a sponsor, you will be providing financial support to these students and ensuring future diversity in our legal community.
Dr. Artika R. Tyner
Dr. Artika R. Tyner, Associate Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion and public policy/leadership professor at the University of St. Thomas, Civil Rights Attorney, and Page Scholar Alumna. Tyner received her B.A. from Hamline University. Due to her passion for advocating for social justice and educational policy reform, she decided to pursue graduate studies at the University of St. Thomas. She began her journey with law school, recognizing that the law is a language of power and therefore she sought to become well versed in it. Subsequently, Tyner earned a Master of Public Policy and Leadership in order to gain tools for effecting social change through policy reform efforts. Later, she obtained a Doctorate in Leadership. Her doctoral studies provided her with key tools for serving in her community and promoting social justice.
Kamyala Howard, MSW, LCSW, is the founder and lead consultant of “WE’RE DIVINE”. Ms. Howard has over 22 years of community and leadership experience. Currently she is on the advisory board of Children of Incarcerated Caregivers, where she advocates for children and families impacted by mass incarceration. Ms. Howard received her graduate degree from the University of Minnesota with special emphasis on cultural studies, family systems and, direct clinical behavior health. She is a licensed mental health practitioner certified in a range of professional trainings.
Ms. Howard is a gifted, inspirational speaker and presenter, that brings her multifaceted experiences into her program delivery. She has a proven ability to create innovative models that assist with youth program development, dismantling barriers, creating for culturally reflective healing and cultural change, and building intercultural relations.
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