In a conversation exploring what the American Bar Association House of Delegates may decide on a proposed anti-bias rule, attorney Allison Martin Rhodes said adopting such language as a policy for the organization would mean “we're all going to become employment lawyers.”
She also said, “From a defense perspective, I would much rather be defending the manifestation of something as amorphous as ‘bias or prejudice. I think this new language is going to be easier to prosecute because of the clear meaning.”
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