Tuesday, April 19, 2016 5–7 pm
Mitchell Hamline Auditorium | 875 Summit Ave.
All about the hats!
In the tradition of the teas hosted by the former lawyers’ legal fraternity Phi delta Delta, hats and gloves are admired but not required.
Back by popular demand: the Hat Rental. A limited number of Justice Tomljanovich’s hats will be available for a $10 donation to the Women in Law Scholarship Fund.
CLE – Tuesday, April 19, 2016 3–5 pm
Mitchell Hamline Conservatory | 875 Summit Ave.
Luz María Frías, Vice President, Community Impact, The Minneapolis Foundation
Imani Jaafar ’04, Director, Office of Police Conduct Review, City of Minneapolis
Celeste Culberth ’92, Partner, Culberth & Lienemann
Application with be made for 2 Elimination of Bias Credits
Register (Cost is $60; $50 is a donation to the Women in Law Scholarship)
To learn more about your own implicit biases, we encourage you to take one or more of the Project Implicit tests before the CLE. You’ll need 15 minutes or so for each test.
Women in Law: A Mitchell Hamline tradition
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New to the Tea?
Check out the guide to everything you need to know about the Tea (including why you should plan to attend). Tea Tips
The Tea has a hashtag!
Use #JusticeT to post or tweet about the Tea on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter!
Watch this video about the remarkable career of Justice Esther M. Tomljanovich '55, created in 2010 for the 10th Anniversary of the Tea when it was renamed in her honor.