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AABANY Presents: Access to Justice, Legal Needs, and APA Communities
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AABANY Presents: Access to Justice, Legal Needs, and APA Communities


When: 01/29/2019
Where: Cardozo Law School - Moot Court Room
55 5th Avenue
New York, New York  10003
United States
Jonathan Li

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Please join us for a panel discussion on access to justice for diverse Asian Pacific American communities, hosted by AABANY's Academic Committee, Government Service and Public Interest Committee, Pro Bono & Community Service Committee and Student Outreach Committee in connection with Cardozo Law School. Lack of access to income-based legal assistance and to the judicial system affects lower- and middle-income families and individuals, including New York City's APA communities that experience under-recognized poverty. Topics to be discussed will include impacts of the justice gap in family law, elder law, housing, employment law, domestic violence, immigration, language-access, and access to courts.


Donna Hae Kyun Lee, Senior Associate Dean of Clinical Programs & Professor
CUNY School of Law  

Sussan Lee, Esq., Appellate Counsel
Center for Appellate Litigation 

Beatrice Leong, Esq., Associate 
Parmet & Zhou LLC

Tiffany Ma, Esq., Partner 
Young & Ma LLP

Pauline Yeung-Ha, Esq., Partner
Grimaldi & Yeung

Rina Gurung, Esq., Senior Court Attorney (Trial Part)
NYS Unified Court System


Jonathan Hernandez, Esq., Staff Attorney 
Legal Aid Society 

Suzanne A. Kim, Professor of Law 
Rutgers Law School


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