Legal Education

“Dr. Wertheim was a breath of fresh air to the Long Beach Bar Association. Her presentation on Analyzing the Language of Bias was relevant to the practice of law and to everyday life. Attorneys of various practices including both transactional work and litigation found her program interesting. We look forward to having her speak to our organization soon.”

Neyleen S. Beljajev
Beljajev Law Group, PC


“MCLE presentations on Bias can often be repetitive and off-putting, making their positive effect on an attorney's future practices minimal.  Dr. Wertheim's presentation tackled the topic from a different angle, focused on identifying and minimizing bias from a scientific standpoint. Our attorneys were attentive and engaged with the topic, and we received many positive comments, as well as requests for a follow-up talk!”

 Erin Peterson
Director, Long Beach Bar Association


“Thank you so much for coming to Napa and presenting Analyzing the Language of Bias to the Napa County Women Lawyers Association. It was fascinating! I think I speak for the whole group when I say that it was one of the best presentations we have hosted in recent history.”

Katy Barfield
President, Napa County Women Lawyers Association



Teaching and Training

 “You gave me a vocabulary and a framework that helped me understand my work experiences. Things I thought were unrelated or just about me individually I now see are about something more. Thanks!”
GS, Napa


 “I loved the way you incorporate videos to get us to think about the way we use language…one of the most valuable courses I’ve ever taken.”
MS., Los Angeles


“Thank you for your engaging teaching and for giving us interesting information WE HAVE ACTUALLY USED in the world!”
AK, Los Angeles


“By far the most interesting class I've ever taken. Your insights are amazing. Thank you for teaching classes like this one!"
JW, Los Angeles


“I greatly enjoyed it…What I learned was incredibly relevant and practical.”
CM, San Francisco


“I loved your presentation today…I love having statistics to back up the kinds of gender discrepancies that come to language.”
CS, Redwood City