On Thursday, January 25, 2018, from 11:45 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in Room 504, Clarence Mitchell Courthouse, 100 N. Calvert Street, Baltimore, MD 21202, the Bar Association of Baltimore City's Diversity Committee and the American Bar Association's Criminal Justice Section will present “Implicit Bias in the Criminal Justice System.”  Program highlights include: identifying and recommending methods to combat bias; discussing disparate incarceration rates and sentences; and recognizing the effects of criminal justice debt, which leads to substantial barriers to transportation and employment. Panelists includes: Susan Francis, Esquire, Deputy Director, Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service; April Camara Frazier, Esquire; Director, National Legal Aid and Defender Association; and Wayne McKenzie, Esquire, General Counsel, New York City Department of Probation. Lunch will be provided compliments of our sponsors: Charles Blomquist, Esquire; Kay N. Harding, Esquire and The Honorable Lynn Stewart Mays. Admission is FREE for BABC and ABA members, Non-members – $40. BABC members may RSVP to info@baltimroebar.orgNon-members can CLICK HERE. To register or call 410-539-5936. Space is Limited – Register Early! For questions, please contact Kay N. Harding, Esquire at kay.harding@baltimorepolice.org.