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2017 District of Columbia Judicial and Bar Conference Justice for All? Bias and Discrimination in the 21st Century

Written by: Monica Stoneking
Written by: Federal Practice Group

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    Washington, D.C. –April 19, 2017  The 42nd Annual conference hosted jointly by the Judicial Conference of the District of Columbia and the District of Columbia Bar was held April 7, 2017 at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center. The theme of this year’s conference was Justice for All? and featured seminars on topics like “Electing to Preserve LGBT Advancements: Moving Toward Equality” and “When a Bias for English Stands in the Way of Justice.”

    Founding Partners Eric S. Montalvo and Debra D’Agostino of the Federal Practice Group were acknowledged at the conference as Delegate Members of the District of Columbia Judicial and Bar Conference 2017. The firm was also a sponsor of the event.

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