2018 Berkeley Conference

Focus: MeToo

Berkeley School of Law
Warren Room, 295 Boalt Hall
Tuesday, May 15, 2018

CONFERENCE PROGRAM

About:

Sexual harassment is a global problem. It is increasingly affecting the well-being of private and public employees and employers in North America, Europe, Australia and Asia.

What should California lawyers, managers and HR professionals know about the globalization of the sexual harassment crises? On May 15, 2018, legal scholars and legal practitioner experts from Europe, Asia, Australia and North America will gather at Berkeley Law to explore this important topic with California lawyers, managers and HR professionals.

Additional resources are available on the Berkeley Law Executive Academy page.

Presenters:

Stephen Anderson, Anderson-Davis, Inc.
Shreya Atrey, University of Bristol
Jessica Clarke, University of Minnesota
Kimberlé Crenshaw, UCLA
Natasha DeSilva, Australian Human Rights Commission
Peter Dunne, University of Bristol
Lauren Edelman, University of California, Berkeley
Noreen Farrell, Equal Rights Advocates
Costanza Hermanin, Italian Ministry of Justice
Nancy Leong, University of Denver
Kelly Loper, Hong Kong University
Catharine MacKinnon, University of Michigan
Paula McDonald, Queensland University of Technology
Marie Mercat-Bruns, Sciences-Po Paris
Ann Noel,  California Fair Employment & Housing Commission (ret.)
Karen O’Connell, University of Technology Sydney
David Oppenheimer, Berkeley Law
Christopher Platten, Partner, Wylie, McBride, Platten & Renner
Evelyn Rangel-Medina, Restaurant Opportunities Center of California
Tina Ro-Connolly, Law Offices of Amy Oppenheimer
Purna Sen, United Nations Women
Rita Tuzon, Fox Networks Group
Wu Rongrong, Hong Kong University
Lining Zhang, Peking University School of Transnational Law

A Special Thanks to our Sponsors:

The Miller Institute for Global Challenges and the Law 
Fox Networks Group

Extra Media:

Listen to Catharine MacKinnon’s May 15th keynote presentation at The Globalization of the #MeToo Movement Conference at Berkeley Law: