AB 1825 Sexual Harassment Prevention for California Attorneys
California state law AB1825 mandates that all lawyers with supervisory responsibilities receive specific California sexual harassment training, regardless of whether or not they are considered supervisors within their organization. With an exclusive legal setting, the Sexual Harassment Prevention for California Attorneys course contains all law-related scenarios and story-lines to engage lawyers, and enrich their learning experience.
Workplace Answers: The Leader in AB1825 Training
This sexual harassment course, provided by Workplace Answers, is exclusively used by Jackson Lewis, LLP, one of the nation’s leading employment law firms to train its attorneys. Jackson Lewis extensively tested this course by deploying it internally to more than six hundred attorneys and supervisory personnel in California and across the country. This sexual harassment course is authored by Lynn D. Lieber, Esq., an attorney with more than twenty years of experience in employment law, and Sondra Solovay, Esq. Workplace Answers' Director of Content. Ms. Lieber is a subject matter expert in the area of unlawful harassment and has extensive experience delivering compliance training. Ms. Solovay is a globally-recognized expert on emerging harassment and discrimination issues, including height and weight discrimination and gender identity issues.
Additionally, this California sexual harassment training course is approved by the California State Bar for 2 credit hours of mandatory continuing legal education (2 hours MCLE credit). (California State Bar MCLE Provider # 10724)
Workplace Answers is recognized by the California Fair Employment and Housing Commission as a leading provider in web-based California sexual harassment training. Workplace Answers was one of two nationwide training vendors asked by the FEHC to provide every commissioner access to its web-based sexual harassment course during drafting of the Commission’s regulations.
California Sexual Harassment Training for Attorneys Course Features:
- How and when attorneys can be personally liable for behavior in acts of sexual harassment, and the risk of civil and criminal penalties associated with such behavior
- Relevant guidance and information on how AB1825 applies in a legal setting
- Definitions and statutory provisions of AB1825 and relevant federal law regarding sexual harassment
- What the process of limited confidentiality of the complaint means to attorneys
- Remedies and resources available to victims of sexual harassment
- Instruction on when it is time to bring issues to the attention of administrators and the firm or institution’s obligation to investigate