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Career Paths to In-House Counsel
Presented by Whittier Law School with OCAABA’s In-House Counsel & Pipeline Committees
Reception starts at 5:30 pm. Panel discussion will begin at 6:00 pm.
Attendance is free, but space is limited
RSVP to email@example.com by Friday, March 7th
OCAABA 21st Anniversary Gala Dinner
The Orange County Asian American Bar Association (“OCAABA”) will host its 21st anniversary gala dinner on April 3, 2014 at the Hilton in Irvine.
Please mark your calendars and join us for our traditional, multi-course Asian banquet as we celebrate OCAABA turning 21.
Keynote Speaker/Recipient of OCAABA’s Lifetime Achievement Award
The Honorable Lance Ito
OCAABA’s Judicial Excellence Award
Honorable Andrew Guilford
Reception – 6 p.m.
Dinner – 7 p.m.
JOIN A COMMITTEE!
OCAABA is currently accepting new members for its Committees. Please contact Heather at firstname.lastname@example.org and indicate which of the following committees you are interested in joining: Annual Gala Dinner, Community Service, In-House Counsel, Judicial Evaluation, Membership, Pipeline, PR/Affiliates, Professional Development and Social. For questions, please contact Patricia Lee-Gulley at email@example.com.
Annual Gala Dinner
The Committee facilitates and designs activities designed to promote access to the justice system for all persons no matter their economic or social condition, and encourages OCAABA members to provide legal services to those in need. It coordinates a pro bono clinic to provide basic legal information on issues affecting the local residents.
The Committee exists to promote common professional and career development interests of in-house attorneys and to foster stronger relationships among corporate and outside legal counsels through exchange of ideas and information, networking events, and CLE programs.
The Committee evaluates the qualifications of candidates for judicial office to recommend to the OCAABA Board of Directors whether to extend an endorsement to a candidate.
The Committee is responsible for recruitment of new OCAABA members and membership renewal, designing and participating in recruitment events, updating the new member packet, and reaching out to existing members.
The Committee serves as a liaison between local law students or young attorneys and more experienced OCAABA members who offer advice about coursework, life-balance, and career decisions. The Committee also organizes or participates in career nights, speed networking, resume workshops, panels, receptions, and other events for the benefit of local law students and OCAABA members.
The Committee promotes visibility of OCAABA amongst the legal and general communities as a whole and works with other affiliate bars on joint events to benefit attorneys, students, and the general public.
The Committee develops and coordinates seminars/symposiums/continuing education on topics of interest to the OCAABA membership and to the community at-large.
The Committee plans and coordinates social events such as the summer barbeque, softball tournament, Moon Festival Mixer, judges reception, holiday dim sum party, student-attorney mixers, and gathering with other minority bar organizations to promote friendship and professional ties among OCAABA members and the local attorneys.