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What has AABANY been up to?

AABANY is proud to say that we are New York City's largest and most active minority bar association. Due to the tireless efforts of our many Committees, AABANY is able to engage the APA legal community through our diverse and engaging programming, which includes premiere flagship events, educational panels and CLE programs, community outreach, and social and networking opportunities. Feel free to browse our Recent Photos or blog for a more comprehensive snapshot of what we've been up to. Our Weekly Announcements also chronicle the ongoing activities of AABANY under "Highlights." You can find the latest Weekly Announcements by clicking on "News" in our above navigation bar.

Annual and Quarterly Reports can be found under Organizational DocumentsAs always, photos can also be found on our Facebook page.

Below are just a few highlights of what AABANY has been up to lately:

9th Annual Fall Conference

On Saturday, Sept. 22, 2018, AABANY held its 9th annual Fall Conference. For the second year in a row, the conference took place at Fordham Law School. We had 20 programs

running concurrently throughout the morning and afternoon, most of which offered CLE credits, including two programs that offered credits in the new Diversity and Inclusion and Elimination of Bias requirement. 

2018 Annual Picnic

On Saturday, August 25, AABANY’s Annual Picnic took place at the Pool Lawn, in the north end of Central Park, by the West 100th Street entrance. It was a beautiful and peaceful sunny day for a picnic, and many AABANY members, with family and friends in tow, got to meet and mingle with each other over banh mi sandwiches and dumplings. 

9th Annual Fall Conference

On Tuesday, May 15th, Asia Society and AABANY presented “Here to Stay: The Asian American Immigrant Experience,” at the Asia Society, where four Asian Americans shared their firsthand accounts of their journeys immigrating to America. The speakers included Antonio Xu Liu, a Resource Coordinator at the National Grid, Xiaodeng Chen, a political science student at Brooklyn College, Stephanie Ji Won Park, a community organizer at the Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund (AALDEF), and Tereza Lee, a pianist and immigrant rights activist who is known to have inspired the creation of the DREAM Act.  


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