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Just in case you haven’t gotten your fill of photos from the AABANY 25th Anniversary Annual Dinner, here is a final set containing shots taken by Richard Kranzler. Enjoy! Thanks again to everyone who came, and thanks especially to our honorees and our sponsors.

News from NAPABA: 25th Annual Convention Follow-up

Thank you to everyone who attended 25th Annual NAPABA Convention in Kansas City, MO. Without sponsors and members like you, we could not continue to serve as the national voice for the Asian Pacific American (APA) legal profession and to promote justice, equity, and opportunity for the APA community. We truly appreciate your commitment to NAPABA and to diversity in the legal profession.

Please take a few moments to read these convention updates:

Survey: Your feedback is very important to us. Click here to take our convention survey and you may be eligible to receive an iPad mini!
CLE Credits: Click here to confirm your bar number, jurisdiction, sessions attended, and to download your certificate(s) of attendance. Please note that approval is still pending in New Hampshire and Virginia. Kansas attorneys must submit an affidavit to the Kansas Continuing Legal Education Commission. The form is available on our online CLE site. If you have any questions, please email mrobinson@napaba.org.
Attendee List: Click here for a list of the 2013 Convention attendees.
Photos: Conventions photos have been posted online on NAPABA’s Facebook Page.

I look forward to continuing our relationship as we plan our 26th Annual NAPABA Convention, which will be held on November 6-9, 2014, at the Westin Kierland Resort & Spa in Phoenix/Scottsdale, Arizona. Stay tuned for information about how you can get involved in the 2014 Annual Convention.

I wish you and yours a wonderful holiday season and a very prosperous 2014!

Sincerely,

Tina Matsuoka
Executive Director

Into the Picture; Images of Asian Pacific America by Corky Lee

Images of Asian Pacific America by Corky Lee

Come if you are in the Philadelphia neighborhood…or go to www.asianartsinitiative.org for details.

Reception: Fri 9/28 @ 5:30 PM
Gallery talk: Sat 9/29 @ 11 AM.

The Gallery talk will be fundraising for AAJA Philly chapter and Asian Arts Initiative, $10/15.

Afterwards stay for 17th annual Mid Autumn Fest sponsored by Asian American United (local civil rights organization) in Philly Chinatown, a 2 block walk from gallery.

Via public transit, take NJ Transit @ 34th St. Penn station to  Trenton, NJ.  Get off & stay on same platform for SEPTA train into Market East station (Chinatown) & walk 5 blocks (crossing
over Vine St. Expressway) to gallery at 1219 Vine. St.
$24.25 one way weekday rates.