On this episode of LawNext: An interview recorded reside with Erika Harold, govt director of the Illinois Supreme Court docket Fee on Professionalism, an group billed with functioning to greatly enhance civility and professionalism and to get rid of bias in the legal occupation.
A previous litigator, Harold was named executive director in April 2022, to thrive retiring government director Jayne Reardon, who has also been a guest on this podcast. A nationally regarded advocate of bullying prevention initiatives, Harold led the commission this summer in launching a statewide initiative to assess the prevalence and impact of bullying in the legal occupation and advise greatest methods for preventing it.
Erika is also a previous Overlook America – the sixth Black lady ever to maintain that title – and, as you are going to hear, she entered that levels of competition to assist fund her training at Harvard Legislation School, from which she graduated financial debt cost-free. In 2014, she ran in the Republican major for Congress to depict Illinois’s 13th congressional district. In 2018, she was the Republican prospect for Illinois lawyer common.
I experienced the option to sit down dwell with Harold to file this discussion during the Clio Cloud Meeting in Nashville in October.
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