Card image cap

Inclusion: Supporting Mental Health & Well-being During Difficult Times

Level: Advanced
Runtime: 60 minutes
Recorded Date: October 28, 2020
Click here to share this program
Printer-Friendly Version
Closed Caption


  • Inclusion: what does it mean in practice and what strategies can you deploy to create an inclusive and collaborative culture?
  • How can you create inclusive environments through remote working?
  • Unlocking the opportunities to improve diversity
  • Supporting your team during these times: Effective strategies to support your teams mental health
  • Creating a culture of 'togetherness'
Runtime: 1 hour
Recorded: October 28, 2020


Verna Myers said "Diversity is being invited to the party; Inclusivity is being asked to dance". The discussion around diversity is one that has been ongoing for a number of years now, but recent studies show that this push for diversity targets simply isn't enough. To truly make the breakthrough for diversity, and to reap the benefits diversity brings, it is time to shift the focus of our discussions to inclusivity.

Inclusion: what does it mean in practice and what strategies can you deploy to create an inclusive and collaborative culture? How can you create inclusive environments through remote working? Unlocking the opportunities to improve diversity Supporting your team during these times: Effective strategies to support your teams mental health and creating a culture of 'togetherness'.

This program was recorded as part of Corporate Counsel's Women, Influence, and Power in Law Virtual Conference held on October 28th, 2020.

Provided By

Women, Influence & Power in Law Conference
Card image cap


Card image cap

Amoy Chambers

Senior Vice President & Associate General Counsel

Amoy Chambers is the Senior Vice President and Associate General Counsel at HSBC Bank. She is the Regional Head of Legal for Global Trade Receivables and Finance. 

Amoy received her JD at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University in 2003.

Card image cap

Shireen A. Barday

Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher

Shireen A. Barday is a litigation partner in the New York office of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher.

Ms. Barday has served as a principal in a wide range of complex commercial litigation matters, ranging from fiduciary duties to fraud. Ms. Barday has extensive experience litigating solvency as well as matters involving one or more controlling shareholders. Ms. Barday regularly appears in Delaware and other courts around the country where she has represented directors, officers and issuers in class action and other litigation arising from mergers and other corporate transactions.

Ms. Barday earned her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Barnard College, her Master of Arts in Political Science from the City University of New York and her Juris Doctor from Stanford Law School, where both her Note and Comment were selected for publication by the Stanford Law Review.

Card image cap

Lesley Marlin

Associate General Counsel, Labor & Employment

Lesley Marlin is an experienced, senior in-house attorney with a specialty in labor and employment law. She works for Northrop Grumman as the lead labor and employment lawyer for the Company’s Defense Systems sector, which is one of the Company’s four operating units (with approximately 21,000 employees). She also supports the Company’s EEO/Compliance team. She provides day-to-day practical and strategic legal advice, develops or updates policies and procedures, responds to administrative charges and demand letters, handles government investigations, leads union negotiations, and conducts training.

Ms. Marlin speaks frequently both internally and externally on various workplace issues, including labor and employment law topics, culture and psychological safety, diversity and inclusion, resilience, and career development.

Card image cap

Julie Cantor

Associate General Counsel

Julie L. Cantor has worked in the legal field since 2014. Julie L. began their career at McDermott Will & Emery as a Private Client Associate, writing memoranda interpreting and summarizing various facets of trust, tax, real estate, partnership, charitable donation, international charity organization, art, fiduciary accounting, and cemetery law, as well as drafting a wide range of documents. In 2015, they joined Compass as Senior Counsel, Employment, Corporate Counsel, and Associate Counsel. Julie L. then moved to Studs in 2022, where they currently serve as Associate General Counsel. Prior to their legal career, Julie was a 7th and 8th Grade Math Teacher and Teach For America Corps Member at Paul Public Charter School. Julie L. taught students who were up to eight grades behind grade level and used excel data to analyze and communicate student achievement with various stakeholders.

Julie L. Cantor obtained a Doctor of Law (JD) from Columbia Law School between 2012 and 2014. Prior to that, they obtained a Master of Arts in Teaching from American University between 2009 and 2011, with a focus on Secondary Mathematics. Finally, they obtained a B.S. in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University between 2005 and 2009.

Card image cap

Maureen O'Neill

SVP, Strategic Client Experience and Diversity & Inclusion Officer

Drawing on more than 25 years of experience providing dedicated client service as an attorney and consultant, Maureen engages with Consilio's customers to ensure a best-in-class client experience. She works cross-functionally across the company to develop and deploy best practices that embed Consilio's commitment to service excellence, and to deliver the highest levels of quality and value. She seeks opportunities to create differentiating moments for clients—from bespoke educational sessions to loyalty programs to peer networking events—to foster client satisfaction and loyalty.

Maureen also serves as Consilio's Diversity & Inclusion Officer. She leads the development and implementation of the company's strategies, policies, and programs for ensuring a diverse, inclusive, and equitable workplace. Partnering with Consilio's internal and client Advisory Boards on Diversity & Inclusion, Maureen guides the organization in carrying out its mission of attracting and encouraging a diversity of backgrounds, experiences, and ideas; fostering a global, inclusive culture; and celebrating employees’ diverse strengths.

Maureen is a respected industry thought leader, speaking and writing frequently on significant issues that impact Consilio’s clients, such as current challenges for legal professionals around data privacy and security; strategies and tactics for engaging in cross-border discovery; the latest developments in e-discovery law and practice; and diversity, equity, and inclusion in the legal profession.

Prior to joining Consilio, Maureen was a partner at Paul Hastings LLP, where she represented Fortune 100 and other multinational companies in complex employment litigation, including class and collective actions. Maureen also co-chaired the Firm’s eDiscovery Practice Group. In that role, she advised clients on various e-discovery issues, such as identifying and inventorying sources of electronic information, drafting legal hold notices, and developing protocols for document collection, storage, and management. She also consulted internally with attorneys at the Firm on e-discovery issues, and helped develop best practices for litigators engaged in eDiscovery.

Card image cap

Similar Courses

Card image cap
97 minutes
26 Words that Created the Internet - Basics of the Communications Decency Act Section 230 Safe Harbor
This program will examine the basics of CDA 230 and its day to day affect for those who advise internet businesses as well as those who litigate against them. It will give practical guidance as to what extend internet companies can or should edit or censor the information their users contribute to their sites and to what extent those users will actually be liable.

New Media Rights


Add to Cart
Card image cap
63 minutes
360-Degree View on How to Navigate a Crisis
During this session, our panel of experts will explore the following topics to arm you with a plan to protect the company and minimize long-term problems: - Building a crisis management team and understanding each person’s unique role -Preparedness – advance planning and assessing potential risk areas - First Response – responding in the critical first hours and days to minimize the long-term impact - Resolution Strategy – managing various actions stemming from the crisis to enable the best resolution for the company.

Women, Influence & Power in Law Conference


Add to Cart
Card image cap
63 minutes
40 Years of Data: What the Data on the Industry Says About Its Future
For 40 years, The American Lawyer, its affiliate publications and ALM Intelligence’s Legal Compass have been collecting data on law firms, clients and providers. What does the data tell us about where the industry is headed? We will take a deep dive into our data and others’ to assess the state of the industry and its future.



Add to Cart
Card image cap
58 minutes
5 Ways Agreement AI Can Enhance Performance and Reduce Risk for Your Legal Team
In high growth companies, contracting pain points can make your organization less competitive. Fortunately, your legal team has access to world-class, robust AI solutions that can help enhance performance of the legal team and avoid common business pitfalls. If deployed correctly, contract AI can be a legal team’s best friend - shrinking the knowledge gap across years and silos, acting as a digital assistant to automate repetitive tasks, and arming lawyers with tools that help them be proactive rather than responsive.



Add to Cart
Previous Next