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Course Reviews: Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation Discrimination in the Workplace

Attorneys Rate this CLE Course 4.56 out of 5 Stars Based on 4,497 Ratings
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Great Course!
- Andrew James N
Very knowledgeable speaker.
- John D
Extremely informative presentation. Excellent review of the developing case law and the current status of rulings. Practical advice as well for offices, employers and managers!
- Chris J
Really appreciated the presentation and background on the discrimination cases.
- Darrel J
- Ann B
Great presenter
- Suzanne F
Super current issues, informative and interesting. The instructor wove in a news clip to underscore points she had made throughout the presentation. It is a lot to pack into one hour, so I would suggest making it 1.5 hours in the future.
- Lisa B
very likeable informed speaker
The instructor's knowledge and passion for this topic really came through in her presentation!
- Jim D
Excellent presentation.
- David L
Loved that she spoke from case experience. The first part was a little bit "baby's first lesson on modernity" for me, but I also appreciate that there's an audience that probably needs that level of explanation.
- Andrew K
Colleen Quinn is terrific. I remembered her courses from 4 years ago and specifically looked for others I might take--even though none are anywhere near my practice area.
- Andrea T
Very informative and inspirational CLE. In that regard, Congratulations on that case. Well done!!!
- Van W
I am presently a Judge on a Mental Health Court and I found this course to be extremely relevant and worthwhile. The instructor was excellent.
- Donald H
I found the second half of the presentation, significantly more informative than the first half.
- Richard W
I was sure to go back and check the date on this presentation because based on some of the content, I was certain it was a few years old. I was very surprised to see that it was done this year. Some of the references and language are a little outdated and none of it seems to consider any intersectionality within the LGBTQIA+ community.
- Edith P