its inception in 1988, NAPABA has been at the forefront of national and local
activities in the areas of civil rights, combating anti-immigrant backlash and
hate crimes, increasing the diversity of the federal and state judiciaries, and
monitors legislative developments and judicial appointments, promotes APA
political leadership, advocates for equal opportunity in education and the
workplace, works to eliminate violence against APAs, and builds coalitions
within the legal profession and the community at large. NAPABA also serves as a
resource for federal, state, and local agencies, members of Congress and staff,
and public service organizations on the APA legal profession, civil rights, and
diversity in the courts.
year, the NAPABA Board of Governors adopts resolutions to guide its policy work
and programming to promote justice, equity, and opportunity for Asian Pacific
2016-2017 Policy Resolution Cycle
- Deadline to submit all materials is Wednesday, November 30 by 5 PM Eastern.
- View background materials