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The Kenji Yoshino keynotes explore issues of justice and law in a wide variety of contexts. In particular, Yoshino applies common legal injustices to areas, such as the workplace, to make clear correlations between human behavior and how companies are run.
Yoshino currently works at the NYU School of Law in New York as the Chief Justice Earl Warren Professor of Constitutional Law. He is well-versed in literature, American civil law as well as Japanese human rights. Many of his findings and written works have been featured in periodicals such as The Washington Times and The Boston Globe.
Yoshino is also an author of several law-based works including "A Thousand Times More Fair: What Shakespeare's Play Teach Us About Justice" and "Covering: The Hidden Assault on Our Civil Rights." The Kenji Yoshino keynotes educate audiences about important contemporary law issues.
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