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Gender Diversity and Trauma-Informed Approaches to Workplace Sexual Harassment Claims
In this 1.5-hr webinar, we will explore issues of workplace sexual harassment as they relate to gender identity and expression, and sexual orientation. Participants will develop an understanding of the impacts of gender normativity on the workplace and learn best practices for working with gender diverse clients.

This webinar is presented in partnership with the SHARP Workplaces Legal Clinic operated by CLAS (Sexual Harassment Advice, Response, and Prevention for Workplaces). The presentation will be aimed primarily at SHARP Workplaces roster lawyers. However, other lawyers and law students are welcome to attend.

Our speaker will be Liza Hughes, presenting for EVA BC (Ending Violence Association of BC).

Participants in this webinar may claim up to 1.5 hours of CPD credit with LSBC, including 1.5 hours of Practice Management credit.

May 11, 2021 12:30 PM in Vancouver

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Speakers

Liza Hughes
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Liza holds a Bachelor of Arts in Development Studies and a law degree (Juris Doctor) from the University of Calgary. During her law degree, Liza was the recipient of the John W. Moyer Memorial Bursary and the Norton Rose Fullbright International Studentship. She volunteered for Pro bono Student’s Canada’s Innocence Project, and Student Legal Services. She also holds a Post-Graduate Certificate in International Conflict Management from the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies. Liza joined Grace, Snowdon and Terepocki LLP as an Associate in 2017. She works in a variety of practice areas, including civil litigation, prison law, human rights, and family law. She also works closely with barbara findlay QC in the areas of queer human rights law, queer family law, and assisted human reproduction. Liza was called to the Alberta Bar in 2016, and the British Columbia Bar in 2017.