Have you heard of the Asian Pacific American Bar Association of Indiana? We’re an affinity bar association that’s striving to become a household name, but it can only happen with your help!
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The Indiana Supreme Court is now accepting applications for a new disciplinary commission executive director as the current director prepares to retire and take senior judge status.
Longtime attorney discipline executive director G. Michael Witte will retire from his post, the Indiana Supreme Court has announced. Witte, a former trial court judge who has overseen the disciplinary commission for a decade, will step down next month.
The lack of diversity on the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals – which would remain unchanged if nominee Thomas Kirsch II is confirmed to fill the current vacancy – is prompting minority groups to speak out and call upon elected officials and the judiciary to appoint judges from different racial and ethnic backgrounds.
As protests continue nationwide over racial inequities in the criminal justice system, the local chapter of the Asian Pacific American Bar Association is offering its support for the black community while encouraging peaceful protests and legislative action.
Have you heard of the Asian Pacific American Bar Association of Indiana (APABA Indiana)? It is a newer affinity bar association that is striving to become a household name, but it can only happen with your help!
“Star Trek” and Spam were two topics that drew laughter and invoked inspiration during the Asian Pacific American Bar Association of Indiana’s third annual regional conference this weekend. The group presented “Star Trek” original cast member and social activist George Takei with its Trailblazer Award.
Indiana’s chapter of the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association is hosting the national bar association’s regional conference later this month, bringing a famed member of the “Star Trek” cast to the Hoosier state.
Five years ago, the organization now known as the Asian Pacific American Bar Association of Indiana was just an idea in the minds of 11 Asian-Pacific American attorneys in the Indianapolis area. Today, the group has grown to an organization of 50 members and has earned the support of the roughly 150 attorneys who attended APABA-IN’s second annual dinner Thursday.