Diversonomics | Episode 4 - Overcoming bias in the legal profession

24 minute read
30 November 2016

In this episode, Neena Gupta, co-chair of Gowling WLG Canada's National Diversity and Inclusion Council, shares how her experiences with unconscious bias as a young associate motivated her to champion diversity and inclusion in the legal profession, and develop new programs to foster D & I in the workplace.

Episode tip

"I think that when we are in meetings and groups, [we need to make more of] an effort to ensure that everybody's ideas really get a chance and that when somebody junior [...] comes up with a good idea, to make sure that person gets the credit or the recognition for it." - Neena Gupta, Partner at Gowling WLG

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Episode guest

Neena Gupta

Neena is a partner in our Waterloo Region and Toronto offices, with a focus on employment law. She is also a well-respected speaker, and has taught human rights law at both the University of Toronto and Queen's University as an adjunct professor.

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