Susan L. Shin
Susan L. Shin is a partner at Arnold & Porter LLP and is a resident of its New York office. She practices complex business litigation on behalf of public companies, financial institutions and other corporate clients in litigated disputes and class actions in federal and state courts and arbitrations. She also defends institutions and individual clients in government investigations and enforcement proceedings conducted by various federal and state regulatory and consumer protection agencies. Ms. Shin has handled litigation and regulatory enforcement matters involving residential mortgage-backed securitizations mortgage loan servicing, derivatives, auction rate securities, accounting, audits, books and records, compliance, disclosure, executive compensation, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, financial and other reporting. She has also successfully defended clients against allegations of financial fraud, insider trading, inadequate internal controls and supervision, market manipulation, improper sales and trading practices, and breach of fiduciary duty. Ms. Shin has an active pro bono practice representing New York City charter schools in bringing and challenging actions involving charter school co-locations.
Prior to joining Arnold & Porter LLP, Ms. Shin served as a law clerk to the Honorable Raymond J. Dearie, US District Court, Eastern District of New York, from 2002 - 2003, and was an associate at Davis Polk & Wardwell from 2001-2002. Ms. Shin is a 2001 graduate of Columbia Law School where she was a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar. Prior to her legal career, Ms. Shin spent over four years at J.P. Morgan as an Associate in the investment management business. Ms. Shin is a frequent CLE speaker on legal ethics. Ms. Shin previously served on the boards of New York City Outward Bound Schools and New York County Lawyers Association Foundation from 2011 to 2014.
Dwight Yoo is a partner in the Corporate Finance and Financial Institutions departments of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP. His practice focuses on capital markets and other corporate transactions, with extensive experience in the insurance and banking sectors. Mr. Yoo represents issuers, investment banks and private equity firms in public offerings and private placements of equity, debt and hybrid securities, exchange offers, consent solicitations, restructurings, M&A, joint ventures and insurance risk-linked transactions.
Mr. Yoo is also committed to pro bono service and twice received the Legal Aid Society Pro Bono Award for Outstanding Service for his representation of low-income tenants in New York City Housing Authority matters. Mr. Yoo also serves on the Advisory Committee of AABANY.
Mr. Yoo received his B.A. from Yale University in 1995 and J.D. from The University of Chicago Law School in 2000.
Immediate Past President
William Wang is an Assistant Attorney General in the Charities Bureau of the Office of the New York State Attorney General. William works in the Enforcement Section, where he conducts investigations and civil litigation of fraud, misappropriation, and breaches of fiduciary duty in charitable organizations. In 2005-2006, he clerked for Chief Judge Edward R. Korman in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York. William is formerly associated with the law firms of Lee Anav Chung White & Kim LLP, Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler LLP and Bryan Cave LLP. At Patterson Belknap, William represented large institutions in securities, antitrust and intellectual property litigation. William obtained his J.D. from Brooklyn Law School, magna cum laude, in 2003. At Brooklyn, he was an editor for the Brooklyn Journal of International Law and Vice President of the Moot Court Honor Society. In 2000, he obtained his B.A. from Binghamton University (SUNY) with honors.
William is currently the Immediate Past President of the Asian American Bar Association of New York (AABANY), the largest minority bar association in the State of New York with over 1,100 active members. William has also served AABANY in several capacities including Vice President, Finance and Development, Membership Secretary, Recording Secretary, and as co-chair of the Litigation Committee. William is also actively involved in community and volunteer activities. William also sits on the Appellate Division, First Judicial Department's Committee on Character and Fitness. William volunteers for Apex for Youth, coaching basketball to elementary and middle school at PS1 in the Lower East Side/Chinatown.
Vice President, Programs and Operations
Marianne Chow is a counsel at Hearst Corporation, one of the nation’s largest diversified media and information companies, where she is a member of the international corporate team in the Office of General Counsel. She focuses her practice on cross-border joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions, commercial agreements and other transactional matters. Prior to joining Hearst Corporation, Marianne was a corporate associate at Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP, where she was a member of the Finance Group and primarily represented private equity sponsors and their portfolio companies in financing transactions, including acquisition and other leveraged financings and asset-based facilities.
Marianne received her J.D. from University of Michigan Law School in 2007. Prior to law school, she was a Fulbright Fellow in Yokohama, Japan, where she performed comparative research on immigration policies and socio-economic development of Chinese communities in Japan and the United States. Marianne earned her B.A., magna cum laude, from Tufts University in 2003 where she majored in International Relations and minored in Japanese.
Marianne has been an active member of AABANY since 2014. She served as the Vice President, Programs and Operations from 2015-2016 and as co-chair of the Women's Committee and Career Placement Committee from 2014-2015.
Vice President, Programs and Operations
Naf Kwun is an associate at Lee Anav Chung White & Kim LLP, where her primary practice areas are commercial litigation and corporate transactions. Previously, Naf served as a judicial clerk to the Hon. Patricia M. DiMango of the Supreme Court of the State of New York.
While attending law school, Naf worked at Google Inc., the Antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of Justice, and the Federal Communications Commission, where she worked in the Office of the Chairman and the Wireless Telecommunications Bureau. In addition, she was a student attorney in the First Amendment and Media Law Section of the Georgetown University Institute of Public Representation. Prior to law school, Naf founded a tutoring and education consulting business.
Naf received her J.D. from the Georgetown University Law Center and her B.A. in Philosophy from the University of California at Berkeley.
In addition to her role as Treasurer, Naf serves as Editor-in-Chief of AABANY's quarterly newsletter, The Advocate. She has been an active member of AABANY since 2011 and has previously served as Recording Secretary and as Co-Chair of the Women's Committee. Naf is also an active member of the New York City Bar Association and the New York State Bar Association.
Vice President, Finance and Development
William H. Ng is an Associate at Littler Mendelson, P.C., the largest U.S.-based law firm exclusively devoted to representing management in every aspect of labor and employment law. His practice focuses on defending businesses and companies in employment litigation matters and wage and hour class and collective actions. In addition to his litigation practice, William regularly counsels employers on their workplace policies and practices for compliance with federal, state and local employment laws. Prior to joining Littler, William spent more than five and a half years as an Assistant Corporation Counsel and Senior Counsel in the Tort and Labor & Employment Law Divisions of the New York City Law Department.
William has served AABANY in numerous capacities, including as a Board Director, Recording Secretary and Co-Chair of various committees. William is the founding co-chair of the Labor & Employment Law Committee and has co-chaired the Communications, Young Lawyers, Government & Public Sector (now the Government Service & Public Interest) and Student Outreach Committees. William is also a co-director of the Joint Minority Bar Judicial Internship Program (JMB JIP), an internship program that places diverse first and second year law students in federal and state judicial internships in New York.
William was selected as a Diversity Fellow of the New York State Bar Association’s Labor and Employment Law Section in 2013-2014 and named to the New York Metro Super Lawyers Rising Stars List in 2014. William received his B.A. from Binghamton University, cum laude, in 2004 and his J.D. from St. John’s University School of Law in 2007.
Amy Ngai is an Associate at Gurfein Douglas LLP, a boutique litigation firm exclusively devoted to representing plaintiffs in a wide variety of personal injury matters, including medical malpractice, automobile accidents and product liability. Amy has experience in all phases of litigation, from intake to trial and appeal.
While attending law school, Amy gained valuable experience though diverse internships, including the New York State Supreme Court, Colgate-Palmolive Company and various non-profit organizations. Prior to law school, Amy began her legal career by working as a corporate legal assistant.
Amy earned her J.D. from Brooklyn Law School and her B.A. in Economics and Psychology from New York University. She is admitted to practice in New York and New Jersey.
Amy has been an active member of AABANY since 2012 and has previously served as co-chair of the Student Outreach and Young Lawyers Committee. She is currently a co-chair of the Membership Committee.
Tristan is an experienced commercial trial lawyer who has tried cases to verdict in state and federal courts. Since 2005, he has also served as outside general counsel to three medium-sized New York companies. Before founding his own law firm, Loanzon LLP, he worked at large firms in Washington, D.C., and New York, where he represented Fortune 100 corporations in corporate counseling and litigation. He graduated from Northwestern University Law School, where he served as Articles Editor of the Law Review, and Georgetown University Law Center. For several years, he served as Co-Chair of the Litigation Committee of AABANY. From 2001-2004, he was a member of the New York City Bar Association Affairs Committee. He is currently a Co-Chair of the Corporate Law Committee of NYCLA. Tristan is admitted to practice law in New York and California.
Ligee Gu is an associate at Halperin Battaglia Benzija, LLP since 2010, where her primary practice is commercial bankruptcy and litigation. She has represented debtors, committees of unsecured creditors, individual creditors, estate representatives, and liquidation trustees. Ligee has experience in commercial litigation matters, including cases involving breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty and fraud. In addition, she has worked on insurance coverage litigation and collection actions.
While attending law school, Ligee interned at the Office of the Attorney General of Massachusetts in the Consumer Protection Division. In addition, Ligee was a judicial intern at the Suffolk County Superior Court in Boston, Massachusetts and at the Kings County Supreme Court for the Honorable Michelle Weston in Brooklyn, New York.
Ligee received her B.A. in Philosophy, Politics, & Law and History, with a minor in Economics at Binghamton University in 2007 and her J.D. from New England Law-Boston in 2010. She is admitted to practice in the State of New York, including the U.S. District Courts for the Southern and Eastern District of New York. Ligee was named to the 2014 and 2015 New York Metro Rising Stars list.
Ligee has been an active member of AABANY since 2012 and is the Co-Chair of AABANY’s Commercial Bankruptcy & Restructuring Committee, which she co-founded in 2013.
Yang Chen is the Executive Director of the Asian American Bar Association of New York (AABANY), a position he has held since August 2009. Mr. Chen is AABANY's first Executive Director. He has been active in AABANY for many years, having served on the Board and numerous committees, including the Judicial Affairs (now Judiciary) Committee, of which he was a chair. Mr. Chen served as AABANY's President in 2008. Before becoming AABANY's Executive Director, Mr. Chen was a partner in the firm of Constantine Cannon, a law firm specializing in antitrust and complex commercial litigation. He was among the group that founded the firm in 1994, which started as Constantine & Associates. Before joining Constantine Cannon, Mr. Chen was an associate in the New York office of McDermott, Will & Emery and before that he was associated with Breed, Abbott & Morgan (now Winston & Strawn). Mr. Chen is admitted to practice in the State of New York, the United States District Court, Southern and Eastern Districts of New York, the Second Circuit Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court of the United States. He is a graduate of the New York University School of Law and Binghamton University.
James R. Cho is an Assistant United States Attorney with the Eastern District of New York in Brooklyn. He joined the office in 2008 and currently works in the office’s Civil Division. James has litigated dozens of cases across a wide subject area, including defending multi-million dollar medical malpractice and personal injury claims and challenges to federal statutes, regulatory schemes and administrative decisions, and prosecuting cases pursuant to the federal False Claims Act, health care regulations, environmental statutes and civil forfeiture statutes.
James has tried numerous cases to verdict and regularly represents the United States in appellate cases before the Second Circuit Court of Appeals. He has represented the United Sates in nine cases on appeal and argued five cases before the Second Circuit.
James is also active in the recruitment and diversity efforts at the U.S. Attorney’s Office. James serves on the office’s hiring committee and actively recruits minority attorneys. He regularly mentors fellow Assistants and interns in the office.
Prior to joining the government, James worked in private practice with Seyfarth Shaw LLP, a national law firm, where he litigated labor and employment matters. He began his legal career at Seyfarth’s Chicago office and moved to the firm’s New York office in 2005.
James is active in numerous local and national bar associations and non-profit organizations. He previously served as president of the Korean American Lawyers Association of Greater New York (KALAGNY) from 2010 to 2013. James also previously served for two years as co-chair of the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association’s labor and employment committee. James has served on the board of the Korean American Community Foundation since 2007, and joined the board of the Asian American Bar Association of New York in April 2016.
James graduated with high honors from the University of Michigan and cum laude from the University of Minnesota Law School.
Jung Choi is Senior Counsel in the Corporate Governance and Securities group at Bristol-Myers Squibb (BMS), a global biopharmaceutical company focused on its mission to discover, develop and deliver innovative medicines to patients with serious diseases. Jung is responsible for securities law reporting and compliance, as well as financing transactions and corporate governance matters. Jung provides legal counseling to multiple business units including Treasury and Tax on corporate transactions and Investor Relations and Public Affairs on corporate communications. As part of the Corporate Secretary’s Office, she also coordinates the annual meeting process, manages communications between BMS’ senior management, Board of Directors and shareholders and supports several of the Board’s committees.
Prior to joining BMS, Jung was a corporate associate at Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP in New York and Hong Kong where she focused primarily on capital markets transactions. Jung received her J.D., cum laude, from Georgetown University Law Center, and her B.A. in Political Science and International Studies, cum laude, from Yale University. Prior to law school, Jung was a research fellow for the East Asia Regional Security Program at the Henry L. Stimson Center, a nonprofit, nonpartisan think tank in Washington DC. Jung has been an active member of AABANY since 2012.
Diane Gujarati is an Assistant United States Attorney at the United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York, where she has worked since 1999 and where she currently serves as a Deputy Chief of the Criminal Division. Ms. Gujarati also is an Adjunct Professor of Clinical Law at NYU School of Law. Prior to joining the United States Attorney’s Office, Ms. Gujarati served as a law clerk to the Honorable John M. Walker, Jr. of the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit and worked as a litigator at Davis, Polk & Wardwell. Ms. Gujarati graduated summa cum laude from Barnard College of Columbia University with a B.A. in Economics and received her J.D. from Yale Law School, where she served as an editor of the Yale Law Journal. Prior to law school, Ms. Gujarati worked as an analyst in the Banking and Corporate Finance Group at Chemical Bank.
Ms. Gujarati has extensive federal investigative, trial, and appellate experience and significant experience in the area of Government ethics. Ms. Gujarati has been a member of AABANY since 2013 and has been active with its Women’s and Judiciary Committees.
Suhana Han is a partner in Sullivan & Cromwell's Litigation Group. Her practice covers a broad range of commercial litigation, including securities, antitrust, employment and contract disputes, as well as government and regulatory investigations. She has represented some of the world’s leading corporations and financial institutions in complex cases and matters involving the U.S. Attorney’s Office, the SEC, the CFTC, the DOJ and the Federal Reserve Bank.
Suhana serves on the Board of Directors for New York Lawyers for the Public Interest and the Board of Directors for New York County Lawyers Association.
Mike Huang is a partner at Boies, Schiller & Flexner LLP. Mr. Huang practices in the areas of private equity investments, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, financing, and business advisory work. Mike also has extensive experience in cross-border transactions, having represented clients in cross-border mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, and financing transactions in Asia, Latin America and Europe.
Mike served as President of the Asian American Bar Association of New York from 2013-2014.
Mike is a recipient of the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association’s Best Lawyers Under 40 Award and has been selected as a New York Super Lawyer.
Mike received his J.D. from Columbia Law School in 2002. Prior to attending Columbia Law School, Mike received his A.B. in two majors (Computer Science and Political Economy) at U.C. Berkeley in 1999.
Bobby Liu is the Chief Operating Officer and General Counsel of M.D. Sass. Since joining in July 2005, Mr. Liu has been responsible for all legal, regulatory and compliance matters affecting the M.D. Sass organization, which includes a number of investment advisers and one broker dealer. Mr. Liu became the organization’s Chief Operating Officer in January 2012 and also manages the administration/operations, client services, marketing support and human resources departments. The M.D. Sass organization currently has over $7 billion in assets under management. M.D. Sass offers both traditional and alternative investment strategies in the form of private equity funds, hedge funds and separately managed accounts, and M.D. Sass also incubates emerging investment managers.
Prior to joining M.D. Sass, Mr. Liu was the General Counsel of Och-Ziff Capital Management Group, a global institutional alternative asset management firm that primarily manages hedge funds and private equity funds. Och-Ziff represents one of the largest alternative asset managers in the world, with currently over $30 billion in assets under management.
From 1996 to 2003, Mr. Liu was a corporate associate at Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton in their New York and Hong Kong offices, specializing in capital markets and mergers and acquisitions transactions. Mr. Liu graduated summa cum laude from the State University of New York at Binghamton in 1993 with a B.A. in Economics and History. He received his J.D. from New York University School of Law in 1996. Mr. Liu was selected as one of NAPABA’s "Best Lawyers Under 40" for 2011.
Sonia Low is the General Counsel of The ONE Group Hospitality, Inc., a publicly-traded, global hospitality company and the creator of the international restaurant brand STK®. In addition to developing, owning and operating upscale, high-energy restaurants and lounges, The ONE Group provides turn-key food and beverage services - ONE Hospitality® - for hotels, casinos and other high-end locations globally, such as the W Hotel, Cosmopolitan Hotel, Gansevoort Hotel Group, Hippodrome Casino, ME Hotels and Hyatt Hotels. As General Counsel, Sonia oversees the legal affairs of the company and its subsidiaries and affiliates. Prior to joining The ONE Group, she was the first General Counsel and in-house lawyer of Chinese-American Planning Council, Inc. (CPC), a large not-for-profit organization serving the Chinese-American, immigrant and low-income communities of New York City. At CPC, she advised on matters including corporate governance, labor and employment law, real estate law, regulatory compliance, commercial matters and litigation. She created company-wide policies and procedures while integrating the legal department with the daily operations of the company.
Ms. Low began her career at a major international law firm where she specialized in capital markets, mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance and regulatory compliance. While working at the law firm for five years, she spent one year at the Paris office advising European clients on U.S. securities, employment, tax, litigation, and insurance laws. Ms. Low also led pro bono projects representing not-for-profit organizations such as Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts and the American Civil Liberties Union.
Ms. Low’s industry experience includes prior representation of companies such as Benihana and Patina Restaurant Group, at which she facilitated the acquisition of The Smith & Wollensky Restaurant Group restaurants outside of New York. She has also served as in-house counsel at Credit Suisse where she represented private equity groups on legal and compliance matters, and at Automatic Data Processing, Inc. where she advised on securities laws and regulatory and compliance issues.
Prior to entering private practice, Ms. Low served as judicial law clerk to the Honorable Ronald L. Ellis in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York. Ms. Low received her J.D. from Brooklyn Law School where she was a merit-based scholarship recipient and managing editor of The Journal of International Law. Ms. Low received her B.A. in English from Barnard College, Columbia University.
Sonia currently also serves on the board of directors of Apex for Youth and is a member of the Enhance Diversity in the Profession Committee at the New York City Bar Association. A native of New York City, Sonia received her J.D. from Brooklyn Law School and her B.A from Barnard College, Columbia University.
Sapna is a partner in Wiggin and Dana's Intellectual Property Practice. Her practice focuses on an array of technologies, including pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, drug delivery systems and medical devices, with an emphasis on Hatch-Waxman patent infringement cases. She has over 15 years of experience in patent litigation and experience in various jurisdictions including the Federal Circuit and federal courts in Delaware, District of New Jersey, Eastern District of Virginia, Eastern District of Texas, Southern District of New York, Southern District of Florida, Northern District of California and the District of Maryland.
Sapna counsels a variety of US and international clients regarding US intellectual property law by providing them with infringement, validity, enforceability and clearance opinions, and by advising them in licensing and antitrust matters, conducting intellectual property due diligence investigations in connection with acquisitions and licensing deals. Sapna also counsels clients about Indian patent law.
Sapna frequently writes and speaks on a range of topics including developments in pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical devices patent law, patent reform, biosimilars regulations and intellectual property law in Asia, and developments in e-discovery. Her programs have been presented by Practicing Law Institute and WestLegal Ed and she has been published and quoted in Leading publications, including Forbes, Pharmaceutical Patent Analyst and Bloomberg/BNA.
Sapna teaches as an adjunct professor at Pace University School of Law addressing antitrust and patent topics. She clerked for the Honorable Judge Robert J. Hurley of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York.
Manisha M. Sheth serves as the Executive Deputy Attorney General for Economic Justice. She leads five litigation bureaus, including Investor Protection, Antitrust, Internet and Technology, Consumer Frauds, and Real Estate Finance. Prior to joining the Attorney General's office, Ms. Sheth was a partner at the law firm of Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, LLP where she focused on a wide range of complex commercial litigation, including securities litigation, structured finance and derivatives litigation, healthcare litigation, and government investigations and white collar. Previously, she served for five years as an Assistant U.S. Attorney in the Criminal Division of the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, and was based in the Philadelphia office. In that position, she secured indictments in more than 35 cases and brought eleven cases to trial. She prosecuted a wide range of misconduct, including health care fraud, financial institution fraud, money laundering, tax fraud, and regulatory crimes. A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and the Georgetown University Law Center, Ms. Sheth was a law clerk for the Hon. William H. Pauley III in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York. Ms. Sheth was named to Crain’s New York Business “40 Under 40” list in 2013, and to The National Law Journal’s “Minority 40 Under 40” list in 2011.
Irene Tan is an Associate Counsel at AIG where she supports Financial Lines underwriters in the Private/Not-for-Profit division. She joined AIG in 2013 as a Compliance Officer covering anti-corruption, anti-money laundering, and economic sanctions issues. Prior to joining AIG, Irene was Vice President at a boutique consulting firm where she advised alternative asset management firms on regulatory, governance, and compliance issues. Irene received her J.D. from Brooklyn Law School in 2011 and her B.S. in Policy Analysis & Management from Cornell University in 2006. She is admitted to practice in New York and New Jersey.
Irene is passionate and dedicated to advancing the interests of the Asian American community, and holds a number of leadership positions in various non-profits focused on Asian American issues. She is an active participant of the Asian American Bar Association of New York ("AABANY") and previously served as Membership Secretary and co-chair of the Career Placement, Membership, Student Outreach and Young Lawyers Committees. Irene is also a mentor and member of the Associate Board for Apex for Youth, a non-profit focused on providing mentoring and educational programs to underserved Asian and immigrant youth from low-income families in NYC. She is also the VP of Strategic Development and Marketing for the Don H. Liu Scholars Program, a non-profit focused on providing resources to future Asian American leaders in the legal profession.
A partner in the Corporate Department and a member of the Capital Markets and Securities Group at Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison, Lawrence G. Wee focuses on capital markets and finance transactions and securities regulation. Larry is recognized by Chambers and The Legal 500 as a leading capital markets lawyer and by BTI Consulting Group as a Client Service All-Star.
Larry's practice includes public and private equity offerings, high-yield and investment-grade debt offerings, convertible debt offerings and offerings of asset-backed securities. He also represents public companies in connection with their ongoing securities law and corporate governance matters and advises in connection with public mergers and acquisitions transactions. Larry also has extensive experience in debt consent solicitations, debt restructurings and exchange offers.
Larry is a Co-Chair of the Corporate Law Committee of the Asian American Bar Association of New York and is also a member of the Board of Regents of Trinity International University. Larry is the author of An Illustrated Guide to High-Yield Debt Standard Covenants which he has presented at the Practising Law Institute's "Understanding the Securities Laws" program. He graduated cum laude from Harvard Law School and summa cum laude from Yale College.
Pauline Yeung-Ha is a Partner in the law firm of Grimaldi & Yeung LLP.
Ms. Yeung-Ha concentrates in the practice areas of Trusts, Wills and Estates, Elder Law as well as Special Needs Planning. She received her undergraduate degree from Vassar College and her law degree from St. John’s University School of Law. She is admitted to practice in both New York and New Jersey. Ms. Yeung-Ha has been named one of “New York’s Women Leaders in the Law 2012”, New York Magazine’s “Best Lawyer 2012 to 2016”, Super Lawyer’s “Rising Star 2011 to 2014”, “Super Lawyer 2015” and NAPABA’s “Best Lawyer Under 40 2011”.
In addition to her practice, Ms. Yeung-Ha holds the following professional positions: Member of the House of Delegates of the New York State Bar Association (NYSBA); Co-Chair of the Diversity Committee of the Elder Law Section of NYSBA; Co-Chair of the Membership Committee of the Elder Law Section of NYSBA; Member of the Estate Planning Committee of the Trusts & Estates Law Section of NYSBA; Member of the Board of Directors of the Asian American Bar; Association of New York (AABANY); Member of the Board of Directors of the New York Chapter, National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA); Secretary on the Board of Directors of CaringKind, the Heart of Alzheimer's Caregiving (formerly Alzheimer’s Association, NYC Chapter); and Trustee on the Board of Directors of the Brooklyn Bar Association.
Ms. Yeung-Ha served as the Co-Chair in the Elder Law Section’s 2011 Annual Meeting, and was a panel speaker in the 2012 Annual Meeting. She often provides Continuing Legal Education for the Trusts and Estates Section and Elder Law Section of NYSBA as well as AABANY.
Ms. Yeung-Ha is active in serving the community as well. Aside from conducting presentations in English, she also gives seminars in Cantonese and Mandarin Chinese. Ms. Yeung-Ha was key speaker for Assemblywoman Grace Meng’s Senior Law & Financial Planning Workshop. In September 2010, Ms. Yeung-Ha was awarded with a Citation by former Assemblywoman (now Congresswoman) Grace Meng in appreciation of her continued service and support to the Asian community.