April 27, 2018: “Development of Entertainment and Intellectual Property Law with respect to the US and Asia-Pacific Mini-Conference”

CABA is delighted to co-host, along with South Asian Bar Association of Chicago, FALA Chicago, Asian American Bar Association of Chicago, and Taipei Economic and Cultural Office: “Development of Entertainment and Intellectual Property Law with respect to the US and Asia-Pacific Mini-Conference”   The event will be primarily hosted by …

April 26, 2018: Legal Trends Panel on Technological Developments in the Law

Tickets: legaltrends.eventbrite.com Legal Trends Panel on Technological Developments in the Law Thursday April 26th, 6 – 8 PM Please join us for an exciting panel discussion on the legal trends likely to impact your practice. Catherine Sanders Reach – Digital Security Mobile exploits, Internet of Things, dangers, permissions and privacy …

Event Recap: Re-Enactment of Chy Lung v. Freeman (22 Lewd Chinese Women)

On March 20, 2018, CABA, in conjunction with Loyola University Chicago School of Law’s APALSA Chapter, presented a re-enactment of the first U.S. Supreme Court case involving a Chinese litigant. Actors and actresses consisted of practicing lawyers, sitting judges, law students, and members of the Chinese American community. Over 100 …

Chicago-Based and National Bar Associations Support Local Victims of Alleged Hate Crime

CHICAGO – A coalition of Chicago-area and national Asian Pacific American bar associations expressed their support for Sufyan Sohel, deputy director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations Chicago (CAIR-Chicago), and CAIR-Chicago, victims of a series of threating calls recently charged as a hate crime. On May 16, 2017, Sohel received …

CABA President Jeffrey Koh Honored

Congratulations to CABA President Jeff Koh who was recognized as a Rising Star by the National Immigrant Justice Center. The Rising Star Awards recognize associate attorneys who have demonstrated extraordinary commitment to ensuring access to justice for immigrants by devoting substantial time to the National Immigrant Justice Center’s pro bono work, …