MCLE Self-Study Article: Identifying, Discussing, and Responding to Gender Bias in the Legal Profession
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Chris Chambers Goodman
Christine Chambers Goodman is a professor at Pepperdine Law School. She teaches Comparative AntiDiscrimination Law, Evidence, and Trial Practice. She has participated in the Sudreau Global Justice Program in Uganda and India, and taught in the London Program. Professor Goodman serves as an administrator to the Black Law Students’ Association and Women’s Legal Association, and has been a mock trial team coach. She writes on equal protection topics, including affirmative action, preferences, diversity, and racial privacy, as well as evidentiary and criminal law issues. The second edition of her book, California Evidence, in Aspen’s Examples and Explanations series, was released in 2018.