NAPABA encourages prospective law students to register for the National Asian Pacific American Pre-Law Conference hosted by NAPABA. The Conference will be held on Saturday, November 9, during the Annual Convention and is open to all prospective law students regardless of age, race, background, goals, and experience. The Conference welcomes Annual Convention attendees’ family members, and any other prospective law students who may have an interest in learning more about law school and a JD degree. There is no cost to attend but registration is required. Interested prospective students can learn more on the Convention website and register by clicking here. Limited travel stipends are available to participants traveling from outside the area. Apply for a stipend before October 11 by clicking here.
Nelson Mar, Bronx Legal Services attorney, education law specialist and an AABANY member, was quoted in a September 16 WNYC news story entitled “Sending Disruptive Students to the E.R. Worries Docs, Advocates.”
“On the one hand it’s a little shocking but on the other hand it’s not surprising,” said Nelson Mar, an attorney at Bronx Legal Services, about the patterns. Some of the District 75 schools in buildings that made many calls are known for taking large concentrations of students who are classified as emotionally disturbed.
You can read the full story on the WNYC.org website or listen to it by clicking on the link above.