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Identifying and Preventing Workplace Discrimination & Harassment Webinar

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Identifying and Preventing Workplace Discrimination & Harassment:

Law, Practice, and Supervision


MIE presents a Webinar


Carla Reeves, Employment Law Attorney, Goulston & Storrs,

Boston, Massachusetts



Wednesday, November 13, 2019

2:00 – 3:30 PM EST


Identifying, preventing, and addressing discrimination and harassment in the workplace is a key responsibility of management and the boards of legal aid organizations.

MIE will present a 90-minute webinar on Wednesday, November 13, 2019 from 2:00 – 3:30 EST, on legal, practical, and supervisory responsibilities and strategies to identify, prevent, and address discrimination and harassment in the workplace. 

Are you a legal aid

  • Director?
  • Manager?
  • Supervisor?
  • Human resources officer?
  • Lawyer or other employee?
  • Board member?

If so, this webinar is for you!

This webinar will provide an overview of strategies for identifying, responding to, and preventing workplace discrimination, sexual harassment and other forms of harassment, and retaliation. Topics of discussion will include:

  • Definitions and examples of employment discrimination, harassment, and retaliation 
  • Strategies for identifying and preventing discrimination, harassment, and retaliation 
  • Tips for recognizing and addressing other workplace misconduct (e.g., bullying)
  • Best practices for internal workplace policies
  • Standards for supervisors’ workplace behavior
  • Management’s role in preventing and responding to discrimination and harassment in the workplace 


Our speaker for this webinar will be:


Carla A. Reeves, Esq.
Carla Reeves is an employment law attorney at Goulston & Storrs P.C. in Boston, MA. Her practice includes providing strategic advice to employers, counseling clients on compliance with employment laws, and conducting sensitive internal investigations of discrimination, harassment, retaliation, and other workplace misconduct. Carla is licensed to practice in Massachusetts and New York.



Eugene R. King is a career legal aid lawyer, manager, and trainer. He retired from the Ohio Poverty Law Center where he was the founding director. He now consults on training, staff development, executive recruitment and policy advocacy with legal aid programs and nonprofit advocacy groups. Gene will facilitate this webinar. He can be reached at





MIE subscribers: $75
Non-subscribers: $100

With your registration for this webinar, you may gather multiple staff to view the presentation around one computer.  Multiple computers and/or multiple offices require separate individual registrations.

**Please Note: You must Register and Pay separately by following this two-step process:

1. REGISTER at GoToWebinar by clicking on this link: 

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email from GoToWebinar with a link to access the webinar. 

2. PAY by credit card or check:
Click on the button at the top of this page that says  "Register with Go to Webinar Then Pay Here with MIE."  

Please note, at the request of our speaker, this webinar will not be recorded for later viewing. We also will not distribute the presentation slides, but we will distribute a list of topics to be covered in the webinar.


Please contact Eric Mittelstadt, Director of Programs, MIE, with any questions. 



November 13th, 2019 from  2:00 PM to  3:30 PM
Event Fee(s)
MIE subscriber $75.00
Non-subscriber $100.00