Featuring Iris Bohnet from Harvard University and Donald Low from the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy. Joined for a panel discussion by NSW Department of Family and Community Services Secretary Michael Coutts-Trotter, Ernst & Young Commonwealth Government Leader Lucille Halloran, NSW Public Service Commissioner Graeme Head and UK Behavioural Insights Team Chief Executive David Halpern.See also: Iris Bohnet, Video
This study presents an exploration of trends in the American Bar Association ratings of minority judicial candidates over time. Notably, the demographics of minority candidates have changed over time, with minority candidates increasingly resembling white candidates in terms of their educational and professional profiles. However, minority candidates are still more likely to receive lower ratings from the ABA than their white counterparts.