Communications Committee to Meet on August 4
Beyond the website, Weekly Announcements and the Advocate, AABANY now has numerous ways to stay connected with its members and community, including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and an AABANY blog. AABANY, through its Communications Committee, manages these channels of communication. We can use your help in keeping these channels open and active. If you are interested, come to the Communications Committee meeting on August 4 at Patterson Belknap. Visit this link for more details. To learn more about the Communications Committee, contact email@example.com.
Digital Distribution of Film and Television: Aug. 11
NAPABA’s Entertainment Law Committee together with the Asian American International Film Festival (AAIFF) are presenting a seminar on how to distribute your completed film via digital distribution channels such as on-line streaming and video-on-demand. Among the panelists is Theo Cheng, current co-chair of AABANY’s Judiciary Committee and an active member of the Intellectual Property Committee. The event takes place on August 11 at Cardozo Law School. For more details, follow this link.
First Minority Law Student Conference Day
AABANY is proud to co-sponsor with 14 other bar associations the first Minority Law Student Conference Day taking place on August 3 at Fordham Law School. The event runs from 10 am to 3 pm and includes programs on what to do with your law degree and how to prepare for your interview, with a networking luncheon in between. Follow this link for further details.
Immigration Law Training for Non-Immigration Lawyers
AILA (American Immigration Lawyers Association) is leading an effort to train non-immigration lawyers how to assist victims of immigration fraud. Federal, state and local authorities have been cracking down on “notarios” and others engaged in the unauthorized practice of law, resulting in many immigrants needing pro bono assistance from lawyers who can help them with their matters. The two-day intensive training session at the City Bar takes place on August 17 and 18 in the evenings. The training session is the first step of a major clinical initiative to connect underserved immigrants with appropriate pro bono legal assistance. If you are interested, follow this link for additional details and the registration form. Registration deadline is August 12.