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Diversity & Prejudice at Work & in Court
Here's a chance for you to share your experience when it comes to diversity, prejudice, and discrimination in the workplace and in the family law system with your peers. If you wish to remain anonymous, you may choose that option at the end of this short survey. Thank you in advance for your feedback!
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Your Name *
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Your Gender: Do you identify as: *
Where do you live?
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Do you identify as a Person of Color (POC)?
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Do you have any disability?
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Are you part of the LGBTQ community?
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1. Have you or your client(s) experienced discrimination because of RACE in the family law arena? *
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2. Have you or your client(s) experienced discrimination because of RELIGION in the family law arena? *
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3. Have you or your client(s) experienced discrimination because of GENDER in the family law arena? *
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4. Have you or your client(s) experienced discrimination because of SEXUAL ORIENTATION in the family law arena?
5. Have you or your client(s) experienced discrimination because of DISABILITIES in the family law arena?
6. Do you work at a diverse firm where multiple races, religions, disabled, and LGBTQ individuals are represented? *
7. Do you work at a firm with a more-or-less equal ratio of men to women in positions of authority? *
8. Do you think rulings in child support cases often ignore racial inequality in the labor market? *
9. Do you think racial discrimination is a minor problem that has been blown out of proportion by the “Black Lives Matter” movement? *
10. What changes would you recommend for the family law community to be more inclusive?
11. Do you have any other experiences or observations to share with your peers?
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