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  • Beyond Black and White Thinking (05/24/2021)

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 05-24-2021 at 4:00 PM (CDT)

    How lawyers can move beyond the limits of "black and white" (binary) thinking that can trick us into assuming there is a "right" or "wrong" answer and limit us from pursuing opportunities.

    Executive Coach and former lawyer Erin Conlon will discuss how lawyers can move beyond the limits of "black and white" (binary) thinking that can trick us into assuming there is a "right" or "wrong" answer and limit us from pursuing opportunities.

    To confirm you are ready to participate in an on demand webcast, please take the browser test here: http://eventcenter.commpartner...

    Live CBA Committee meetings and seminars will take place via Zoom webinar.  You will click on "view video" and be directly connected to the meeting/seminar on Zoom.  (You will not receive a Zoom link.)

    You MUST have Zoom Desktop Client on your Mac or PC to view a live program. If using a mobile device, you must have the Zoom App (available in the App Store or Google Play).

    System requirements for Mac & PC can be found here. System requirements for mobile devices can be here.  

    Please note that audience members do not need video or audio access.  Audience members are able to submit questions via the chat or Q & A features of Zoom. 

    Chat: Open in-meeting chat, allowing you to send chat messages to and send a message to the host, panelists, and attendees (if permitted). Question & Answer: Open the Q&A window, allowing you to ask questions to the host and panelists. They can either reply back to you via text in the Q&A window or answer your question live. 

  • State of Illinois Sexual Harassment Training (05/21/2021)

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 05-21-2021 at 2:00 PM (CDT)

    The CBA will offer a sexual harassment training session that will better enable lawyers to prevent, combat and appropriately redress sexual harassment in the legal workplace, as well as understand the requirements set forth in Public Act 1010-0221.

    The CBA will offer a sexual harassment training session that will better enable lawyers to prevent, combat and appropriately redress sexual harassment in the legal workplace, as well as understand the requirements set forth in Public Act 1010-0221.  Under this Act, all Illinois employers with employees working in the State are required to train employees on sexual harassment prevention on an annual basis. The CBA’s training session meets the standards for sexual harassment prevention training outlined in Section 2-109(B) of the Illinois Human Rights Act (IHRA) for lawyers, as well as law firm staff and employees. 

    Each attorney registration includes access for 5 additional law firm staff members to complete the training. Additional staff members may be registered for fee of $25 per every 5 registrants. Staff member participation will be tracked through the CBA’s webcasting system, and instructions will be provided as to how the employer can complete the State certification process for its employees. Please email cle@chicagobar.org to be provided a link to register additional staff members for the webinar. If an attorney wishes to receive IL MCLE credit for the program, they must individually register and attend the program.

    Speaker:
    Kyle Jacob, Labor & Employment Associate, Schiff Hardin

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    Live CBA Committee meetings and seminars will take place via Zoom webinar.  You will click on "view video" and be directly connected to the meeting/seminar on Zoom.  (You will not receive a Zoom link.)

    You MUST have Zoom Desktop Client on your Mac or PC to view a live program. If using a mobile device, you must have the Zoom App (available in the App Store or Google Play).

    System requirements for Mac & PC can be found here. System requirements for mobile devices can be here.  

    Please note that audience members do not need video or audio access.  Audience members are able to submit questions via the chat or Q & A features of Zoom. 

    Chat: Open in-meeting chat, allowing you to send chat messages to and send a message to the host, panelists, and attendees (if permitted). Question & Answer: Open the Q&A window, allowing you to ask questions to the host and panelists. They can either reply back to you via text in the Q&A window or answer your question live. 

  • Understanding the Student Loan Landscape and How to Navigate It (05/17/2021)

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 05-17-2021 at 12:00 PM (CDT)

    The Chicago Bar Association will discuss the current student loan landscape, including proposed legislation and relief options for borrowers.

    Aoife Delargy Lowe, the Vice President of Law School Engagement & Advocacy from Equal Justice Works and Angela Inzano, the Director of Advocacy and Engagement for The Chicago Bar Association will discuss the current student loan landscape, including proposed legislation and relief options for borrowers.

    To confirm you are ready to participate in an on demand webcast, please take the browser test here: http://eventcenter.commpartner...

    Live CBA Committee meetings and seminars will take place via Zoom webinar.  You will click on "view video" and be directly connected to the meeting/seminar on Zoom.  (You will not receive a Zoom link.)

    You MUST have Zoom Desktop Client on your Mac or PC to view a live program. If using a mobile device, you must have the Zoom App (available in the App Store or Google Play).

    System requirements for Mac & PC can be found here. System requirements for mobile devices can be here.  

    Please note that audience members do not need video or audio access.  Audience members are able to submit questions via the chat or Q & A features of Zoom. 

    Chat: Open in-meeting chat, allowing you to send chat messages to and send a message to the host, panelists, and attendees (if permitted). Question & Answer: Open the Q&A window, allowing you to ask questions to the host and panelists. They can either reply back to you via text in the Q&A window or answer your question live. 

  • Mindful DEI (05/14/2021)

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 05-14-2021 at 2:00 PM (CDT)

    In this seminar, we shall dig into mindfulness as it pertains to efforts around diversity, equity, and inclusion

    In today’s legal profession, with stress about the pandemic – ranging from bereavements to remote work to balancing childcare responsibilities to when/if/how it might be safe to return to the office – to emotions predicated upon growing recognition of systemic racism and race-based inequities and disparities, to the uncertainties arising from online bar exams to virtual summer associate programs to the absence of in-person training and mentoring, our lives today are decidedly unsettled compared with the world and profession we knew pre-pandemic. So, it is no surprise that mindfulness and the value and importance of wellbeing is suddenly top of mind. In this seminar, we shall dig into mindfulness as it pertains to efforts around diversity, equity, and inclusion (“DEI”).

    Topics/Speakers
    :
    (2:00 – 2:05 PM) Welcome Remarks
    Sandra Yamate, CEO, Institute for Inclusion in the Legal Profession
    Ray J. Koenig III, Partner and Chicago Office Managing Member, Clark Hill PLC and Secretary, Chicago Bar Association

    (2:05 – 2:35 PM) Keynote Address: “Mindfulness: A New Key to Addressing the Challenges of Diversity and Inclusion in the Legal Profession” 
    Simon Des-Etages, Global General Counsel for Private Banking, HSBC

    (2:35 PM – 3:35 PM) Panel I: From DEI Mindfulness to Mental Health and Emotional Wellbeing 
    The legal profession remains one of the least diverse professions in the US. When you don’t see many people who look like you or who share or understand your social, socioeconomic, cultural, religious, or historical backgrounds – indeed, may even be completely unaware of or uninterested in any differences – it can be stressful, to say the least. Consider the amount of extra time and energy required to dress, act, react, behave, speak, explain, joke, respond, decorate, socialize, feign interest, dine, and generally work so that those who do not share or understand your background, will not only accept you and make judgements about you that are at best positive, at worst benign, but that they will feel comfortable around you. If you’re trying to bill some 1,800 to 2,000+ hours a year, that’s a lot of time to feel all this additional stress. So, how do lawyers who are concerned about this, apply mindfulness as a tool to promote greater mental health and wellbeing? Are there particular ways to utilize mindfulness that work better than others? What are the potential mental and emotional benefits to individual lawyers when they are able to apply DEI mindfulness within the workplace, both remotely and in-person?

    Panelists:
    Michael Boykins, Chicago Office Managing Partner, McDermott Will & Emery LLP
    Rudy Figueroa, Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary, Mitsui Rail Capital LLC
    Ellen Ostrow, Founding Principal, Lawyers Life Coach LLC
    Jennifer Rosato Perea, Dean and Professor, DePaul University College of Law
    Moderator: Sylvia James, Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer, Winston & Strawn LLP

    (3:35 – 3:40 PM) Break

    (3:40 – 4:40 PM) Panel II: Mindfulness as a DEI Strategy
    Legal employers and bar associations have been struggling for decades to better recruit, retain, engage, and promote diverse attorneys. They have tried to accomplish this through assorted policies, protocols, rules, programs, incentives, penalties, and education – with varying degrees of success – yet the challenge persists. Is mindfulness a DEI strategy that we overlooked? How might employers and other organizations effectively implement mindfulness as a strategy to advance meaningful DEI efforts? Are some already doing it and, if so, what have they learned and what results are they seeing?

    Panelists:
    Ann ChenAssistant General Counsel, Litigation, Enforcement & Strategy, TransUnion
    Beatrice James-Moore, Assistant Vice President, Senior Legal Counsel, AT&T
    Nerissa Coyle McGinn, Chief Diversity Partner, Loeb & Loeb LLP
    Maria Melendez, Chief Diversity Officer, Sidley Austin LLP
    DL Morriss, Diversity & Inclusion Partner, Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP
    ModeratorJeffrey Jamison, Associate General Counsel, Litigation and Senior Vice President, BMO Harris Bank

    (4:40 – 4:45 PM) Closing RemarksSandra Yamate, CEO, Institute for Inclusion in the Legal Profession

    To confirm you are ready to participate in an on demand webcast, please take the browser test here: http://eventcenter.commpartner...

    Live CBA Committee meetings and seminars will take place via Zoom webinar.  You will click on "view video" and be directly connected to the meeting/seminar on Zoom.  (You will not receive a Zoom link.)

    You MUST have Zoom Desktop Client on your Mac or PC to view a live program. If using a mobile device, you must have the Zoom App (available in the App Store or Google Play).

    System requirements for Mac & PC can be found here. System requirements for mobile devices can be here.  

    Please note that audience members do not need video or audio access.  Audience members are able to submit questions via the chat or Q & A features of Zoom. 

    Chat: Open in-meeting chat, allowing you to send chat messages to and send a message to the host, panelists, and attendees (if permitted). Question & Answer: Open the Q&A window, allowing you to ask questions to the host and panelists. They can either reply back to you via text in the Q&A window or answer your question live. 

  • Financial Institutions Committee (5/12/21)

    Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 05-12-2021 at 12:15 PM (CDT)

    Diversity and Inclusion Issues in the Banking and Legal Worlds (Live Webcast Only: IL Diversity / Inclusion PR-MCLE Credit)

    TOPIC: Diversity and Inclusion Issues in the Banking and Legal Worlds

    SPEAKER/ORGANIZATION:  Lizzy Diaz-Ortiz of BMO Harris Bank

    (Live Webcast Only: IL Diversity / Inclusion PR-MCLE Credit)

    To confirm you are ready to participate in an on demand webcast, please take the browser test here: http://eventcenter.commpartner...

    Live CBA Committee meetings and seminars will take place via Zoom webinar.  You will click on "view video" and be directly connected to the meeting/seminar on Zoom.  (You will not receive a Zoom link.)

    You MUST have Zoom Desktop Client on your Mac or PC to view a live program. If using a mobile device, you must have the Zoom App (available in the App Store or Google Play).

    System requirements for Mac & PC can be found here. System requirements for mobile devices can be here.  

    Please note that audience members do not need video or audio access.  Audience members are able to submit questions via the chat or Q & A features of Zoom. 

    Chat: Open in-meeting chat, allowing you to send chat messages to and send a message to the host, panelists, and attendees (if permitted). Question & Answer: Open the Q&A window, allowing you to ask questions to the host and panelists. They can either reply back to you via text in the Q&A window or answer your question live. 

  • Environmental Justice: Its Impact on Local Underserved Communities (04/30/2021)

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 04-30-2021 at 1:00 PM (CDT)

    The seminar will train our members on the importance of environmental justice, so that when they are representing clients (whether in transactions, litigation, or regulatory compliance settings), they will be better informed on concerns of local residents on environmental restoration and the redress of environmental inequities.

     Environmental justice is the fair treatment and meaningful involvement of all people regardless of race, color, national origin, or income, with respect to the development, implementation, and enforcement of environmental laws, regulations, and policies, because no community should bear disproportionate risks of harm because of their demographic characteristics or economic condition. The U.S. EPA and other governmental agencies have established departments and developed rulemakings and regulations that promote fairness and equity in regulatory compliance and investigative review of claims filed by communities and individuals for issues related to matters that may be part of environmental disparities in underserved communities. 

    This program, sponsored by the CBA Environmental Committee, YLS Environmental Committee, and the Racial Justice Coalition, will train our members on the importance of environmental justice, so that when they are representing clients (whether in transactions, litigation, or regulatory compliance settings), they will be better informed on concerns of local residents on environmental restoration and the redress of environmental inequities. All parties have the right to a safe, healthy work environments and in their homes. To not require equity in this area of legal compliance is a stealth aspect of implicit bias. 

    In the first part of the program, we will hear from former and current U.S. EPA Region 5 and Illinois EPA environmental justice program directors about their approach to environmental justice issues and recent updates. In the second part of program, we will hear from environmental justice leaders in the Chicago area on their experiences advocating for justice in environmentally overburdened communities and their current efforts.

    Topics / Speakers:

    Opening Remarks 
    E. Lynn Grayson
    , First Vice President of the Chicago Bar Association; Partner, Nijman Franzetti LLP

    Approaches to Environmental Justice in Illinois & U.S. EPA Region 5
    Chris Pressnall, Environmental Justice Coordinator at Illinois EPA
    Alan Walts, Director, Tribal and Multi-media Programs Office at U.S. EPA Region 5

    Advocating for Justice in an Environmentally Overburdened Communities
    Nancy Loeb
    , Director, Environmental Advocacy Clinic, Bluhm Legal Clinic at Northwestern Pritzker School of Law 
    Kim Wasserman, Executive Director, Little Village Environmental Justice Organization (LVEJO)

    To confirm you are ready to participate in an on demand webcast, please take the browser test here: http://eventcenter.commpartner...

    Live CBA Committee meetings and seminars will take place via Zoom webinar.  You will click on "view video" and be directly connected to the meeting/seminar on Zoom.  (You will not receive a Zoom link.)

    You MUST have Zoom Desktop Client on your Mac or PC to view a live program. If using a mobile device, you must have the Zoom App (available in the App Store or Google Play).

    System requirements for Mac & PC can be found here. System requirements for mobile devices can be here.  

    Please note that audience members do not need video or audio access.  Audience members are able to submit questions via the chat or Q & A features of Zoom. 

    Chat: Open in-meeting chat, allowing you to send chat messages to and send a message to the host, panelists, and attendees (if permitted). Question & Answer: Open the Q&A window, allowing you to ask questions to the host and panelists. They can either reply back to you via text in the Q&A window or answer your question live. 

  • A Conversation with Commissioner Jamie L. Rhee, Chicago Department of Aviation (04/29/2021)

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 04-29-2021 at 2:00 PM (CDT)

    Join us for a conversation of the complexities and legal issues encountered managing international airports during a global pandemic and the progress of the O’Hare development program.

    Join us for a conversation of the complexities and legal issues encountered managing international airports during a global pandemic and the progress of the O’Hare development program.  

    Moderators: 
    Maryam Ahmad, CBA President
    Ajay Shah, CEO, Globetrotters Engineering Corporation; Member, CBA Board of Mangers

    Featuring: Jamie Rhee, Commissioner, Chicago Department of Aviation
    Chicago Department of Aviation Commissioner Jamie L. Rhee is a leader in the aviation community, overseeing operations at both O’Hare and Midway International Airports – among the largest and most complex airport systems in the world. At the same time, Rhee maintains close ties to her local community and works as a dedicated advocate for children.

    In early 2021, Rhee was elected to the board of directors of Airports Council International – North America, which works to strengthen the commercial aviation industry in the U.S. and Canada and promote cooperation between airport governing bodies.

    Over the course of 28 years with the City of Chicago, Rhee has served multiple tours of duty at the airports. In fact, while in law school she started working as a customer service foreign language assistant at O’Hare. In 2008, Rhee was named the City’s chief procurement officer. Under her guidance, Chicago’s procurement reform efforts earned national and international recognition as thousands of small and diverse-owned businesses were certified and entered the talent pipeline. Rhee has overseen the purchasing of more than $2 billion in goods and services, authored articles and publications on aviation safety and security, and increased the accessibility of municipal contracts to minority, women, disabled, and veteran-owned businesses.

    With an emphasis on equity and inclusion, Rhee has broadened the reach of certified and community-based Assist Agencies, which help connect residents and businesses of all sizes to opportunities across the City. She has worked extensively with Chicago Public Schools and City Colleges of Chicago to engage more young people from diverse backgrounds in aviation-related curriculum, and is a sponsor of the After School Matters’ AeroStar Avion Institute, which provides aviation experience and education for at-risk youth.

    A steadfast advocate for accountability in government, Rhee and her team have developed a Code of Conduct for the Chicago airport community, detailing principles, values, and standards to be upheld by everyone working for and with the CDA.

    Rhee is active with the March of Dimes in Chicago, as the SOS Children’s Villages Illinois – through which she and her husband have fostered children in need.

    A small-town girl at heart, one of the things Rhee most enjoys about Chicago is its distinct and close-knit neighborhoods. She and her husband, Mike, live in the Humboldt Park community, and are parents to an adorable and precocious six-year-old.

    Rhee earned her undergraduate degree from Michigan State University, and a Juris Doctor from DePaul University.

    To confirm you are ready to participate in an on demand webcast, please take the browser test here: http://eventcenter.commpartner...

    Live CBA Committee meetings and seminars will take place via Zoom webinar.  You will click on "view video" and be directly connected to the meeting/seminar on Zoom.  (You will not receive a Zoom link.)

    You MUST have Zoom Desktop Client on your Mac or PC to view a live program. If using a mobile device, you must have the Zoom App (available in the App Store or Google Play).

    System requirements for Mac & PC can be found here. System requirements for mobile devices can be here.  

    Please note that audience members do not need video or audio access.  Audience members are able to submit questions via the chat or Q & A features of Zoom. 

    Chat: Open in-meeting chat, allowing you to send chat messages to and send a message to the host, panelists, and attendees (if permitted). Question & Answer: Open the Q&A window, allowing you to ask questions to the host and panelists. They can either reply back to you via text in the Q&A window or answer your question live. 

  • Using Your JD in Non-Practice Ways (04/27/2021)

    Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 04-27-2021 at 12:00 PM (CDT)

    Learn how your JD degree, lawyering skills, background, and interests may translate into a non-practice position.

    Learn how your JD degree, lawyering skills, background, and interests may translate into a non-practice position.  CBA featured Career Advisor Kathy Morris will provide tips and tactics for reframing and widening your job search to include JD-preferred and non-practice positions. A panel of attorneys will discuss their career paths to non-practice positions. 

    Speakers:
    Kathy Morris, Under Advisement, Ltd. 
    Guests speakers to be announced.
     
    Moderators:
    Lyndsey Davis, Legislative Counsel, Office of the Mayor, City of Chicago 
    Jack Bentley, Associate, Johnson & Bell
    Co-chairs, CBA Careers Committee

    To confirm you are ready to participate in an on demand webcast, please take the browser test here: http://eventcenter.commpartner...

    Live CBA Committee meetings and seminars will take place via Zoom webinar.  You will click on "view video" and be directly connected to the meeting/seminar on Zoom.  (You will not receive a Zoom link.)

    You MUST have Zoom Desktop Client on your Mac or PC to view a live program. If using a mobile device, you must have the Zoom App (available in the App Store or Google Play).

    System requirements for Mac & PC can be found here. System requirements for mobile devices can be here.  

    Please note that audience members do not need video or audio access.  Audience members are able to submit questions via the chat or Q & A features of Zoom. 

    Chat: Open in-meeting chat, allowing you to send chat messages to and send a message to the host, panelists, and attendees (if permitted). Question & Answer: Open the Q&A window, allowing you to ask questions to the host and panelists. They can either reply back to you via text in the Q&A window or answer your question live. 

  • How To…Craft Your Case Story in an Age of Misinformation (04/27/2021)

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 04-27-2021 at 10:30 AM (CDT)

    The seminar we'll cover steps you can take in jury selection to identify and deselect the most problematic jurors. We will conclude by discussing how you can develop case themes in witness testimony to craft a case stories your jury can believe in and trust.

    If 2020 made anything clear, it’s that we live in an online world where we are daily flooded with rampant misinformation, conspiracy theories, and active attempts to distort what counts as “facts.” Unfortunately, your jury pool also inhabits that world. Where does this leave you in trying to craft your case story? In this seminar, we’ll discuss the impact the current age of misinformation has on juror attitudes. We will also cover steps you can take in jury selection to identify and deselect the most problematic jurors. We will conclude by discussing how you can develop case themes in witness testimony to craft a case stories your jury can believe in and trust. 

    Speaker: Keith Pounds is a Senior Consultant with 17 years of litigation consulting experience. He has worked on numerous complex, high-exposure cases, including antitrust, patent, trade secret, contract, whistleblower, employment, professional malpractice, product liability, and securities litigation. An expert in the fields of communication and storytelling, his practice area covers a variety of industries in venues across the country. Keith is adept at helping clients identify and develop compelling case themes and presentation strategies, providing quantitative and qualitative analysis through focus groups and mock trials and assisting attorneys with witness preparation, voir dire, and jury selection.

    Prior to becoming a full-time jury consultant, Keith spent seven years in academia. During this period, he began working in a consultative nature with clients facing high-stakes litigation, assisting with case strategy, theme development, and effective delivery – and even developing a system for teaching attorneys how to use storytelling techniques to enhance their persuasive arsenal. He now puts these finely honed skills to work as a valuable part of the Litigation Insights team.

    Sponsored by: Litigation Insights

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    To confirm you are ready to participate in an on demand webcast, please take the browser test here: http://eventcenter.commpartner...

    Live CBA Committee meetings and seminars will take place via Zoom webinar.  You will click on "view video" and be directly connected to the meeting/seminar on Zoom.  (You will not receive a Zoom link.)

    You MUST have Zoom Desktop Client on your Mac or PC to view a live program. If using a mobile device, you must have the Zoom App (available in the App Store or Google Play).

    System requirements for Mac & PC can be found here. System requirements for mobile devices can be here.  

    Please note that audience members do not need video or audio access.  Audience members are able to submit questions via the chat or Q & A features of Zoom. 

    Chat: Open in-meeting chat, allowing you to send chat messages to and send a message to the host, panelists, and attendees (if permitted). Question & Answer: Open the Q&A window, allowing you to ask questions to the host and panelists. They can either reply back to you via text in the Q&A window or answer your question live. 

  • The Impact of COVID-19 on Labor Law (04/26/2021)

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 04-26-2021 at 3:00 PM (CDT)

    Explore key areas of labor law impacted by the pandemic from a variety of perspectives and areas of expertise. Included in this discussion will be bargaining obligations over various COVID issues.

    This program is brought to you as a part of the CBA’s COVID-19 Recovery Committee series. A year ago unions and employers would have been shocked to learn that arbitration, negotiations and representation hearings would be by videoconference, and masks, social distancing and vaccinations would be hot bargaining topics.  In this program, we’ll explore key areas of labor law impacted by the pandemic from a variety of perspectives and areas of expertise.  Included in this discussion will be bargaining obligations over various COVID issues (rifs, quarantine, sick leave, safety issues, vaccinations), bargaining remotely, arbitrating and handling NLRB proceedings in a COVID environment, and what comes after.

    Panelists:
    Brandon Anderson, Jacobs, Burns, Orlove & Hernandez
    Steven Briggs, Arbitrator
    Karla Sanchez, Partner, Seyfarth Shaw

    Moderator:  Ron Kramer, Partner Seyfarth Shaw 

    To confirm you are ready to participate in an on demand webcast, please take the browser test here: http://eventcenter.commpartner...

    Live CBA Committee meetings and seminars will take place via Zoom webinar.  You will click on "view video" and be directly connected to the meeting/seminar on Zoom.  (You will not receive a Zoom link.)

    You MUST have Zoom Desktop Client on your Mac or PC to view a live program. If using a mobile device, you must have the Zoom App (available in the App Store or Google Play).

    System requirements for Mac & PC can be found here. System requirements for mobile devices can be here.  

    Please note that audience members do not need video or audio access.  Audience members are able to submit questions via the chat or Q & A features of Zoom. 

    Chat: Open in-meeting chat, allowing you to send chat messages to and send a message to the host, panelists, and attendees (if permitted). Question & Answer: Open the Q&A window, allowing you to ask questions to the host and panelists. They can either reply back to you via text in the Q&A window or answer your question live.