Join us! To mark his retirement from the Minnesota Supreme Court in 2015, Alan Page launched an initiative, to build awareness of ethics and the elimination of bias in the law, matters that will shape our legal community now and in the future.
This year’s program will address the experience of women lawyers in Minnesota in response to workplace harassment in the #MeToo environment, promoting a more respectful/equitable workplace, and what lies beyond liability and professional ethics around harassment. Presenters include Amy Kern and Robert Zeglovitch of KZ Workplace Investigations and Training and Susan Humiston, Director of Minnesota Office of Lawyers Professional Responsibility.
Proceeds from this event provide financial support to current Page Scholars who are pursing their dreams of post-secondary education in pre-law, law enforcement, or law school.
The Page Education Foundation is seeking 1.5 hours of elimination of bias or general CLE credit (MN) and .5 hr of ethics credit for the program.
Early Bird: $125 (ends March 16, 2018)
Law Clerks and Other Staff: $100
Government, Non Profit, Non Practicing Attorney $125
Day of Ticket Purchase: $175
Group Ticket Rates (5 or more paid at the same time) contact us at 612.332.0406