The Korean American organizations will be hosting a holiday party on Dec. 18th at 7PM at the Suite Lounge in Bellevue.
Join friends and colleagues for the last networking event of this year! The social will be a great opportunity to network with fellow KA professionals that serve our community
RSVP to Jessica Yu at jessica [dot] yu [at] stokeslaw [dot] com
“Diversity Is Good Business”
Friday, February 6, 2015
William H. Gates Hall, University of Washington Law School
Since 2006, the Minority Bar Associations Collaboration Project (WAMBAC) has presented the Statewide Diversity Conference. Inspired by the ABA Conference for the Minority Lawyer, WAMBAC’s Statewide Diversity Conference is an opportunity for legal professionals to convene, learn about and discuss ideas, trends, and issues impacting and affecting diversity in the legal profession. The theme for the 2015 conference is “Diversity is Good Business”.
6 CLE credit hours pending
Parking is not included in the cost of registration.
KABA Legal Seminar
You are invited to the KOREAN LEGAL SEMINAR
Purpose: To provide Korean foreign nationals and Korean Americans with foundational information regarding the American legal system and laws, to raise the collective legal IQ of the Korean community, and to reduce common and preventable legal mistakes.
Date: Saturday, October 11, 2014
Venue: Ramada Inn Tukwila, SeaTac International Airport at 15901 W Valley Hwy, Tukwila, WA 98188
Master of Ceremonies, Mr. Chewon Lee
9:00 – Opening remarks – Consul General Duk-Ho Moon
9:10 – Session 1 – Criminal law – David O
10:00 – Session 2 – Family law – Rachel Luke
10:50 – Break
11:00 – Session 3 – Immigration law – Thomas Lee
11:50 – Interpreters – Robert Lichtenberg
12:00 – Korean Lunch – Wilshire Bank, New York Life, KAC testimony
12:30 – Session 4 – Business law – Jessica Yu
1:20 – Session 5 – Real Estate law – Dan Shin
2:10 – Closing remarks – Dan Shin
Korean Consulate General, Korean American Coalition, Korean American Health Professionals Association, Korean Chamber of Commerce, New York Life Insurance, Washington Courts, Wilshire Bank
There are five (5) diversity scholarships available to attorneys who would like to attend the ABA Section of Family Law Spring Conference in Bermuda but may not have the financial resources to afford the cost. The Conference is May 7-10, 2014.
If awarded a scholarship through this program, the awardees will receive a complimentary conference registration, participation in the Newcomers’ Teambuilding Event, the Friday social event, and up to $500 in travel reimbursement (in compliance with ABA and Section financial policies). Send your completed application to Cynthia Swan by email: Cynthia [dot] Swan [at] americanbar [dot] org no later than April 2, 2014.
For more information on the conference, you can visit www.ambar.org/famlawspring
SU KALSA is planning to do Korean bbq on Saturday April 19th at 1:00 p.m. at Golden Gardens
Food will be provided and KABA would only need to show up.
Please join KAC as they honor Hyeok Kim (Deputy Mayor of Seattle), Andy Hwang (Chief of Police, Federal Way), and John Chun (King County Superior Court Judge).
Additional Information is available here.
Below is an invitation to join me at SABAW’s upcoming Annual Reception and fundraiser on Friday, October 4th at FareStart Restaurant. Please email kanika [dot] chander [at] noa [dot] nintendo [dot] com if you’d like to attend. You are also welcome to buy a ticket online, but your attendance is the most important thing
Click here for more information.
Join us Thursday June 27th at the Seattle Black Bottle at 6:00 PM for a combined happy hour with KAC (Korean American Coalition) and KAHPA (Korean American Health Professionals) to further develop networking amongst professional Korean American organizations in Washington State.
KABA has formed a team for the 23rd Annual Walk for Rice. Please join us for a 2.5 mile walk or run around Seward Park on June 29th from 8am-1230pm.
Spouses, children, and pets are all welcome! All gifts, monetary or food, help raise the funds to enable Asian Counseling and Referral Service (ACRS) buy rice and provide support services for the ACRS Food Bank.
Follow This Link to join and/or donate to the KABA team. Donations from firms, friends, and families are also welcome. More information can be found at www.walkforrice.org. Help us meet the ACRS’s goal of $200,000 for this special cause. Please contact team captain, Diana Young at d [dot] young [at] f5 [dot] com with any questions.
Please join Washington Women Lawyers (WWL) and the Korean American Bar Association of Washington (KABA) for an upcoming networking event on Jan 24, 2013 from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM at O’Asian Kitchen.
Light appetizers will be served. Please RSVP to Nilly Park by January 20, 2013, at nillypark [at] q [dot] com.
Free validated parking is available.