WEBINAR: Who's Going to Law School? Trends in Law School Enrollment Since the Great Recession
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7/23/2020
When: Thursday, July 23, 2020
2:00 PM
Where: Online
United States

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Please join APABA-DC and NAPABA for a discussion on the recent report authored by Miranda Li, Philip Yao, and CA Supreme Court Justice Goodwin Liu, which follows a 2017 study of Asian Americans in the legal profession, which found that the number of Asian American lawyers in the United States grew from 20,000 in 2000 to more than 50,000 in 2015. That study also noted a dearth of Asian Americans on state and federal benches, as well as high rates of associate attrition at law firms and low ratios of Asian American partners.

We will discuss key new takeaways from the most recent report, the impact of the pandemic on the profession, and thoughts and insights about the current state – and future prospects – of Asian Americans in the law.

Presented by APABA-DC & NAPABA

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Panelists: 

  • Honorable Goodwin Liu, Associate Justice, California Supreme Court
  • Miranda Li, 2019 Yale Law School Graduate
  • Phillip Yao, 2019 Yale Law School Graduate and Associate at Ropes & Gray

Moderator: 

  • Ethel Badawi, Co-Founder & Principal at Pollack Badawi Group (PBG)

 

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