One step to address systemic racism in the legal profession could be including a course on implicit bias in each attorney’s annual continuing legal education requirements, according to minority lawyer groups.

That’s one solution among a list of action items that the African American Lawyers Section of the State Bar of Texas first proposed—and a broad coalition of affinity lawyer groups is now embracing—in the wake of controversy from online comments by President Larry McDougal.

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