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New York Asian Pacific American Workers Congress: Convening New Leaders, Sharing Our Skills
Date: Saturday, May 9, 2015
Time: 8:30AM to 2:30PM
Place: Murphy Institute for Worker Education
25 W. 43rd Street, 18th Floor
between 5th & 6th Avenues, Manhattan
RSVP to email@example.com
Program is free of charge.
(Includes continental breakfast and lunch.)
The New York Asian Pacific American Workers Congress invites workers, union members, and advocates in labor-community alliances and immigrant rights campaigns, students and young people to come and work together for economic justice and worker solidarity! There will be panels of speakers to encourage Asian and Pacific American workers to take on the challenges of leadership in communities, unions, and society. Key topics include: Political Action, Organizing (labor and community), Immigration, and Communications (social media and public speaking).
CUNY Murphy Institute for Worker Education
Asian American / Asian Research Institute – CUNY
Congratulations to Hon. Doris Ling-Cohan
Congratulations to longtime AABANY member and friend Judge Doris Ling-Cohan, Justice, New York County, Supreme Court, who has been named one of the 75 most accomplished female attorneys today by the National Law Journal!
According the National Law Journal , factors considered when selecting the women were:
- Development of successful practices, especially new areas of law or practices typically dominated by men.
- Attainment of professional leadership roles.
- Performance in significant cases, including those that resulted in key, often precedent-setting rulings, victories at trial, and significant settlements.
- Influence and stature in the public sector, including high-level government work.
- Representation of the underserved or indigent.
- Demonstrated efforts to improve diversity in the profession.
Check out Hon. Doris Ling-Cohan’s feature in the National Law Journal by clicking the link the the title. (Subscription may be required.)
KALAGNY 2015 Law Student Scholarship Award
The Korean American Lawyers Association of Greater New York is now seeking
the submission of applications from its law student members for its Fifth Annual KALAGNY
Law Student Scholarship Award. Thanks to the generosity of KALAGNY’s donors, they are
pleased to announce an increase in this year’s scholarship award to $3,000, which will
be presented to the winner at KALAGNY’s upcoming 29th Anniversary Gala on Wednesday,
June 10, 2015, at Capitale in New York City. The scholarship will be given to the law student
member who has demonstrated outstanding commitment and support for KALAGNY and the
Korean American community in Greater New York, and who exhibits dedication to the use of
his or her legal knowledge and skills to further this commitment and support. The scholarship
will be awarded based on merit.
Applications are due by May 20, 2015.
For more information, click on the link in the title.
Check out New York Law Journal’s Law Day Issue — 800 Years of Magna Carta: Symbol of Freedom Under Law!
In this year’s issue of the New York Law Journal’s Law Day, AABANY President Will Wang, AABANY Past President and current NYSBA President Glenn Lau-Kee, and AABANY Member Hon. Randall Eng were all published among other important voices discussing 800 Years of Magna Carta: Symbol of Freedom Under Law.
President Will Wang in his article, “Fundamental Liberties Must be Protected,” related the legacy of the Magna Carta to the sordid history of discrimination, but left on the hopeful note of Dr. Martin Luther King’s Jr.’s words: “The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends towards justice.”
To check out this article, along with Glenn Lau-Kee’s “Sustaining a Beacon for the Course of our Nation,” Hon. Randall Eng’s “We Owe Gratitude to Due Process Precursor,” and more, click on the link in the title to see a PDF of the Special Report.