Annual KABA Banquet

2013 Annual KABA Banquet

The 2013 Keynote Speaker was King County Prosecutor Steven Kim, who served as a Visiting Scholar Prosecutor for the Ministry of Justice in South Korea. He lectured to prosecutors, government officials, and top law schools about the American jury system and jury experiences. In an effort to inform a country that does not wholly follow the jury system, Mr. Kim also authored a book titled “Trial by Jury: In Depth Strategy for Jury Trials.”

Mr. Kim is a Senior Deputy Prosecuting Attorney in the Criminal Division of the King County Prosecutor’s Office.

The 2011 Annual KABA Banquet

The 2011 Keynote Speaker was Chief Justice Ronald T.Y. Moon, who retired from the Hawaii Supreme Court after serving for 17 years, the longest of any serving Hawaii State Chief Justice. Chief Justice Moon is the recipient of the Harry L. Carrico Award for Judicial Innovation.

Thanks to all those who supported the 2011 KABA Banquet.

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The 2010 Annual KABA Banquet

The keynote speaker for the 2010 banquet was Christopher Kang.  He is an attorney and has been a legislative insider for several years. He currently serves as the Special Assistant to President Obama for Legislative Affairs. He focuses his work on proposals considered by four Senate Committees: Armed Services, Intelligence, Judiciary and Veterans Affairs. He has devoted much of his experience to the Asian community not only in legislation, but also serving as Vice President for Community Affairs of APABA-DC (Asian Pacific American Bar Association of Washington DC) and as Vice President of the APABA Educational Fund.

Thanks to all those who supported the 2010 KABA Banquet.

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The 2009 Annual KABA Banquet

The 2008 Annual KABA Banquet was another huge success!

The keynote speaker for the 2008 KABA Banquet was Mark Keam. After graduating from UC-Hastings, he  has held a number of influential positions in private, public, and political organizations, including service in the Clinton Administration. Currently, he is VP and Counsel for Federal Government Relations at Verizon Communications and accepts occasional speaking engagements.

Thanks to all those who supported the 2008 KABA Banquet and our generous Sponsors.