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On Friday, March 22, 2013, Linda Mainenti-Walsh, Esq., Counsel to the firm of Einhorn Harris Ascher Barbarito & Frost, PC and a member of the Matrimonial Law Department, is speaking to the Judiciary Institute for Staff Attorneys on Gender Bias in the Legal Profession.   This seminar is in honor of Women’s History Month.

Ms. Mainenti-Walsh, Chair of the Bar Education Subcommittee of the Supreme Court Committee on Women in the Courts, will be joined by Emily Kaller, Esq., co-chair of the same committee. Introductory Remarks will be made by the Honorable Glenn A. Grant, JAD, Acting Administrative Director of the Judiciary Institute.  The seminar will educate and sensitize the bench and bar on Gender Bias Issues affecting the profession.  It will also address how Gender Bias affects litigants and attorneys, examining how these issues arise in the first place.  It will also discuss the ethical and professional responsibility rules that must be taken into consideration.

Committed to ending Gender Bias in the profession, Ms. Mainenti-Walsh has been giving this seminar across the state for the past few years.  She has been involved in the Supreme Court Committee on Women in the Courts since 2008 and was recently appointed to her third 2 year term with the committee.

The program takes place at the Hughes Justice Complex in Trenton, New Jersey.  Attorneys who attend can obtain CLE credits towards their mandatory continuing legal education needs.

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