Join us for our CLE Webinar on July 13, 2021! Our guest speaker, Sybil Taylor Aytch, M.ED, RP of Quarels and Brady LLP. Ms. Aytch will present on diversity, inclusion and equity in the workplace. This presentation will cover the origins and influences of biases, unconscious and implicit biases and creating cultural competency.
This virtual event offers 1.0 CLE credit with ethics and is FREE for HMPA members and only $15 for non-members.
Speaker: Sybil Taylor Aytch, M.ED., RP
Topic: "Mitigating Bias and Creating a Sense of Belonging"
About the Speaker:
Sybil is an educator and Registered Paralegal who has interviewed, mentored, and trained scores of paralegal students and entry-level paralegals. She writes and speaks frequently on issues related to the paralegal profession including ethics, technology, utilization, professionalism, and diversity and inclusion. Sybil has extensive experience in complex litigation, commercial bankruptcy law, antitrust law, and trial preparation, specializing in electronic document and discovery management, trial technology, and project administration. She is the Senior Paralegal in the Commercial Bankruptcy, Restructuring and Creditors’ Rights group of the national law firm of Quarles & Brady LLP. Sybil is also an Adjunct Professor in the ABA-approved Paralegal Studies program at Phoenix College where she teaches Ethics and Professional Practice, Civil Interviewing and Investigation, Bankruptcy, and The Paralegal Profession. Since 2017, Sybil has served as the Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity Chair for the National Federation of Paralegal Associations. From 2020-2021, she served as Co-Chair of the Diversity and Inclusion Advisory Board for the International Practice Management Association. In 2021, she was appointed to serve as a member of the Arizona Supreme Court's Commission on Diversity, Equality, and Justice in the Judiciary. Sybil is also the co-author of two published textbooks: Ethics And Professional Responsibility For Paralegals (8th edition) and Concise Guide To Paralegal Ethics (5th edition)... read more.