Addressing one’s implicit bias isn’t an easy task, but a panel of law school professors said it’s necessary for becoming a better attorney and producing higher-quality legal research that takes into account different cultural and historical perspectives.

Yesterday, the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) livestreamed its “Fear and Loathing in Teaching Legal Research: Addressing Cultural Competence and Managing Implicit Bias” panel during its virtual conference.

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