Sarah E. Redfield is Professor Emerita at the University of New Hampshire School of Law and Affiliate Professor at the University of New Hampshire College of Education. Her primary practice and teaching area is education law (including special education). Her primary research focus is diversity and inclusion in the legal profession and along the education pipeline. Her recent research and scholarship focuses on implicit bias and group dynamics at all levels. She is currently serves on the American Bar Association (ABA) Coalition on Racial and Ethnic Justice and is co-chair of the Town Halls initiative on the School to Prison Pipeline. She is a member of the Criminal Justice Council and the Criminal Justice Section Racial & Ethnic Justice & Diversity Committee. She is the recipient of the ABA Sadie Alexander award for lifetime achievement for her work with diversity and the education pipeline. Professor Redfield is a nationally known author, presenter, and trainer. She is the editor of the ABA’s book, Enhancing Justice: Reducing Bias and co-author (with Judge Bernice Donald) of the overview Framing chapter. She was a lead author for the ABA Section on Litigation’s Toolbox on Implicit Bias and lead consultant for the ABA project on Achieving an Impartial Jury. Her writings also include textbooks in education and special education law and various articles and chapters on the school to prison pipeline, implicit bias, and related issues. Her recent presentations include Addressing Implicit Racial Bias in Indian Country at ASU; Implicit Bias in the Courtroom for the Dallas Bar; Implicit Bias and Advancing in STEM Fields at UNH; and Implicit Bias Webinar for the ABA Litigation LGBT Committee. Professor Redfield earned her B.A. degree from Mount Holyoke College, her J.D. degree from Northeastern University School of Law, and her LL.M. from Harvard Law School. She is the mother of a fantastic son and daughter and wife of an also fantastic farmer.