IAKL and KALAGNY are co-hosting the 2014 International Association of Korean Lawyers’ 22nd Annual Conference at Fordham University Law School from October 2-5, 2014. The Conference will feature cutting-edge legal and educational programs, dinner events and exciting daytime activities in and around New York City. We expect to have in attendance attorneys, judges, general counsels, law professors and many other legal and business professionals from the greater NY area and from around the world.
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From our friends at the Asian American Federation comes this announcement:
The Asian American Federation is preparing a first ever national report to examine changes in demographics and socioeconomic status of Asian American children. The report will help us better understand the characteristics and growth of Asian American children, identify family support, as well as financial, educational and health related needs.
A conference to discuss the report’s findings, policy implications and philanthropic responses will be held:
Thursday, March 27, 2014
Time Warner Center, New York City
8:00am breakfast & registration
This full day event will include continental breakfast, plenary sessions, concurrent workshops and a networking reception. Discussion topics include:
- Early childhood development including health disparities and access to care
- Health policy that promotes healthy children in Asian American communities
- Social policy towards working poor families
- Education policy to promote academic success for at-risk youth
- Depression and suicide among adolescent females
- Philanthropy as an advocacy tool
JAPANESE AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION
Every year, the Japanese American Bar Association (JABA) Educational Foundation awards scholarships to deserving law students and recent law school graduates based on a number of criteria, including community service, academic achievement, and financial need. Applications for the JABA Educational Foundation’s annual scholarships are now being accepted. The deadline to apply is January 17, 2014.
For more information or for copies of the application and instructions, please visit the JABA Educational Foundation Scholarship page at http://www.jabaonline.org/scholarships or contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.