Submit a Program for the 2021 NAPABA Convention
NAPABA is now seeking program submissions for the 2021 NAPABA Convention, Nov. 4-7!
We welcome submissions on a wide range of substantive legal matters and topics concerning the legal community. We aim to deepen our members’ knowledge and skills and provide them with opportunities to forge bonds through panel discussions, workshops, and interactive presentations.
Program submissions must be adaptable for both an in-person and virtual meeting.
- The deadline to submit a program is March 16, 2021 by 5 p.m. ET. Late submissions will not be considered.
- If accepted, your program will be presented at the 2021 NAPABA Convention, Nov. 4-7.
- You do not need to be a member of NAPABA to submit a program.
For more information, visit our Call for Programs page.
Join Our Speaker Database
Interested in speaking at the NAPABA Convention without submitting a program? Join our speaker database!
Programs seeking additional speakers may contact firstname.lastname@example.org. If you know anyone who would be interested in this opportunity, forward them this email!
NAPALSA Conference Call for Panelists, Nov. 2-5
The National Asian Pacific American Law Student Association (NAPALSA) is currently seeking interested speakers for panels to be presented during the 2017 NAPALSA Conference taking place during the 2017 NAPABA Convention in Washington, D.C., from Nov. 2-5. If you are interested in serving on a NAPALSA panel, please complete an application form no later than 7 p.m. EDT on Friday, June 2.
Since 2002, the NAPALSA Conference has taken place in conjunction with the NAPABA Convention. Law students have the opportunity to organize their own panels catered to law students as well as participate in the general NAPABA programming. This partnership provides law students the chance to further hone their skills and learn and network with current attorneys from diverse sectors.
Call for Programs
NAPABA is excited to announce the 2017 call for programs, speakers, and plenary topics is now open! We invite all of our members to submit a program proposal and encourage you to present creative and timely legal topics in which you are passionate and experienced. If accepted, your program will be presented at the 2017 NAPABA Convention in Washington, D.C. — the largest gathering of Asian Pacific American attorneys in the country.
For more information on how to submit a program proposal, please visit our Call for Programs page. The Call for Programs will close on March 20, 2017, at 5 p.m. EDT and no late submissions will be accepted.
Call for Speakers and Speaker Database
NAPABA is looking for speakers interested in serving on a CLE panel at the 2017 NAPABA Convention. Lend your expertise and add your name to our speaker database! For more information and to join, please visit our Call for Speakers page.
Call for Plenary Topics
Have an idea for a plenary topic? Your idea could be featured and presented during the Convention. For more information and to submit an idea, please visit our Call for Plenary Topics page.
The National Asian Pacific American Law Student Association (NAPALSA) Conference will be held in conjunction with the 2015 NAPABA Convention, November 5-8. Maria Deguzman, the NAPALSA Conference Committee Chair is very thankful for all of the members who have already volunteered to participate in this year’s conference. However, NAPALSA is still seeking experienced attorneys to speak about getting involved in social justice issues and doing social justice work.
All interested members should e-mail Maria Deguzman at email@example.com.
Speaker Resources – National Asian Pacific American Bar Association
Missed your opportunity to submit a CLE panel discussion? It’s not too late. Fill out the Call for Speakers form below and show your interest in lending your expertise to a CLE panel. Please note that your submission does not guarantee that you will be put on a panel, but you may be contacted if there is an opening.
Before you Arrive
- Register for the NAPABA Convention. All speakers receive a complimentary registration the day of their speaking engagement. If you plan on attending more than one day, please register for the entire Convention.
- Make your hotel reservation.
- Apply for a scholarship.
- Take part in a call with your Program Chair or Moderator to review the expectations of your particular panel.
- All NAPABA CLE panels are allotted 75 minutes. Rehearse your presentation and be sure to stay within the time allotted so that all speakers have an opportunity to speak. A Q&A session with audience members should be slated for the end of the presentation.
- Arrive on-site early and pick up your badge and registration packet.
- Report to the room in which your presentation will take place 10 minutes early.
Follow the link in the title to fill out the Call for Speakers.
The New York City Bar seeks recommendations for potential speakers and faculty members for our annual programming (e.g. Committee programs, CLE, etc.). The form can be found at the following link: http://bit.ly/1arrXuz.
Once you have completed the form, please submit a CV/bio firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “Call for Speakers.”
Questions can be directed to Clare Plunkett at email@example.com.
As a reminder, all new members from AABANY are invited to join with a special membership discount by joining at the following link:https://www.nycbar.org/cgi-bin/special_offer_aaba.pl