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Interfacing regularly with our fellow local bars, OCAABA is a voice for our community with endless dedication to service, charity and leadership. These original programs focus on providing guidance to its member attorneys for their professional development and advancement. The Pipeline Committee works with law student associations and partners with local law schools to provide mentorship, career panel programs, and skills workshops to our future lawyers.

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Liu said that there could be real consequences to the decline in Asian-American professionals in law as "the decisions that are made in these contexts benefit from the experiences of people of all the different backgrounds that make up this country. While the number of Asian-Americans in law had quadrupled over the past three decades, first-year enrollment has fallen by more than 40 percent since Currently, Asians are the fastest-growing racial group in the U.

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Two years ago, an unusual matter came before my court: a petition for posthumous bar admission brought by the descendants of Hong Yen Chang, a native of China. Chang came to America in at age But in my court denied him a law license because the Chinese Exclusion Act prohibited him from becoming a citizen, then a prerequisite for bar membership.

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We aim to describe the rise of Asian Americans in the law as well as the incentives and choices that influence their career paths. This information is intended to provide an empirical grounding for broader conversation within and beyond the Asian American community about the unique challenges and opportunities Asian Americans face in the legal profession and possible directions for reform. Overall, Asian Americans have penetrated virtually every sector of the legal profession, but they are significantly underrepresented in the leadership ranks of law firms, government, and academia.

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By Elisabeth Frater, Esq. Elisabeth Frater, Esq. Where we are in a better position is that we have quite a high proportion of Asian Americans who have higher education because of the emphasis on education.

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It was the first time I attended the Picnic with my daughter, Sloane, and she absolutely loved playing with the other kids in the pool. Practice Area : Commercial Litigation. City of Birth : Shanghai, China.

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If you would like to get involved, or for membership and general inquiries, email us at apabacolorado gmail. Judge Pawar is the first Asian American appointed to a Colorado appellate court. Asian Americans are the fastest growing minority in the United States, and our courts are more credible and effective when they clearly reflect our citizenry.

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The mission of the Greater Orlando Asian American Bar Association "GOAABA" is to represent and advocate the interests of the Asian Pacific American community of the Greater Orlando area, to encourage and promote the professional growth of the members of GOAABA, to facilitate client referrals and to broaden professional opportunities for Asian Pacific American attorneys, to foster the exchange of ideas and information among and between the members of GOAABA and other members of the legal profession, the judiciary and the legal community, and to coordinate legal services to Asian Pacific American communities in the Greater Orlando area. About Goaaba The Greater Orlando Asian American Bar Association is a voluntary organization that was incorporated on October 19, to represent the interests of Asian American attorneys, law students, and other legal professionals in the Greater Orlando area. Our Planning Committee identified unmet legal needs within the many and diverse Asian American communities and discussed obstacles, including language barriers, cultural wariness, and other impediments to full legal assistance and access to the courts.

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