NAPABA Lobby Day 2016
Washington, D.C. | May 23-24, 2016
Join us for NAPABA Lobby Day 2016, which will be held in Washington, D.C., from May 23-24, 2016. This event is an opportunity for NAPABA members from across the country to educate members of Congress and congressional staffers on issues of importance to the Asian Pacific American (APA) community. Lobby Day also gives members an active role in promoting NAPABA’s mission of advocating for justice, equity, and opportunity for APAs.
Participants will meet with legislators and voice their perspectives on a range of topics. As a participant, you will be given all the information and materials you need to meet with legislators on Capitol Hill. Registration for Lobby Day includes a webinar training prior to Lobby Day as well as onsite training the day of, so that all participants are prepared for meetings with congressional members and staffers.
Register for all Lobby Day events here.
Deadline to register is April 13, 2016.
*Please note: some events have early deadlines.
Stipends are available for NAPABA direct members traveling to Lobby Day from out-of-town.
Deadline to submit an application is March 21, 2016.
*Stipend application is included in the Lobby Day Registration page.
NAPABA U.S. Supreme Court Bar Group Admission
Apply to be admitted to the U.S. Supreme Court Bar and join NAPABA members for a group swearing-in ceremony and Supreme Court Tour.
All application materials and processing fee must be submitted to the NAPABA office by Feb. 24, 2016.
In celebration of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month in May, NAPABA will be hosting a Congressional Reception. The reception will bring together Lobby Day participants, members of Congress and their staff, and leaders in the APA community. This event is open to the public, including NAPABA members who are unable to participate in Lobby Day.
NAPABA has secured a room block through Hyatt Place Washington DC/U.S. Capitol.
Rate: $189 single/double plus applicable taxes & fees.
More 2016 Lobby Day information can be found here.