The nation’s laws and legal system have not caught up with scientific understanding of implicit bias in the same way other segments of society have, Goodwin Liu, associate justice of the California Supreme Court, told a virtual gathering of attorneys Tuesday.

Many existing anti-discrimination laws and legal processes were shaped during the Civil Rights movement to attack the racist acts of the Jim Crow era, and they don’t fully address more subtle forms of bias, Liu said.

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