Implicit Bias Videos and Toolkit

The Diversity and Inlusion 360 Commission, a one-year presidential initiative established by past President Paulette Brown, explored the existence of implicit bias and what can be done to combat it through a series of videos specifically targeting key players in the judicial system: judges, prosecutors and public defenders. The videos are accompanied by a toolkit that offers additional resources and materials that can be used in training programs for those groups of professionals.

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Judicial Diversity Resources

The ABA Judicial Division is committed to promoting full & equal participation within the Division & throughout the nation's judiciary by minorities.

Diversity & Inclusion

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The ABA Men of Color Project

The Men of Color Project (MoCP) exists to build leaders in the law field, facilitate intergenerational support, and encourage community service and civic engagement amongst men of color in the legal profession.

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Diversity and Inclusion Resources

Programs, resources, and information across the American Bar Association.

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Left Out and Left Behind

The newest research from the Long-Term Careers for Women in Law Initiative, focusing specifically on the experiences women lawyers of color have in the profession.

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The School-to-Prison Pipeline


In 2014, the American Bar Association (ABA) Coalition on Racial and Ethnic Justice (COREJ) turned its attention to the continuing failures in the education system where certain groups of students.

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National Task Force on Stand Your Ground Laws

Report and Recommendations

The Complimentary National Task Force on Stand Your Ground Laws - Report and Recommendations is available.

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Compassion Fatigue Webinar

This seminar looks at which legal professionals are most at risk, the development of compassion fatigue, the interface between attorney impairment and discipline and what individual and organizational measures can prevent and mitigate compassion fatigue.

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The Commission on Homelessness and Poverty's resource clearinghouse

Combatting Poverty and Decriminalizing Homelessness Through a Race Equity Lens

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Syllabus: 21-Day Racial Equity Habit-Building Challenge

The Council of the ABA Section of Labor & Employment Law is proud to announce its participation in the “21-Day Racial Equity Habit-Building Challenge.”

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During COVID-19

Mental Health Resources for the Legal Profession During COVID-19

The ABA Coronavirus (COVID-19) Task Force

In response to the growing legal needs of Americans arising from the coronavirus pandemic, the American Bar Association has created a nationwide task force of volunteer lawyers and judges from across the legal profession.