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From left, Sophia Lee and Asima Ahmad, Blank Rome. From left, Sophia Lee and Asima Ahmad, Blank Rome.

Increasingly, law firms are incorporating programs to raise awareness and understanding of unconscious bias in their diversity and inclusion initiatives. For good reason, because recognizing how attitudes and stereotypes impact our decisions and actions in an unconscious way—and learning how to overcome those unconscious biases (sometimes also referred to as implicit biases)—can help to increase diversity of representation and, in turn, promote inclusion in the legal profession.

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