Norman Greene will be speaking on diversity in the judiciary on June 16, 2010 at a conference entitled Race, Law and the Courts: Framing the Discussion for a Post Racial America. The conference is being hosted by the Franklin H. Williams Commission on Minorities and will be held at New York Law School. The Franklin H. Williams Commission has been an integral part of the New York State Judiciary’s efforts to ensure equal justice. The Commission has become a national model for how state court systems can work effectively to address issues of concern to minority employees, litigants and communities. For more information on the conference or for registration information.
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