On Wednesday, October 28th at 6:00pm ET, APABA-DC moderated a virtual panel discussion with four exceptional clinical law professors of APA descent on how they worked to achieve important roles in clinical legal education. The panelists work in a variety of legal subjects and bring expertise in immigration law, transactional law, and civil rights law to their roles. The virtual panel discussion was held on Zoom and began with a panel discussion with the panelists to discuss their career paths and experiences that prepared them for the role, what clinical teaching is, what the clinical job search process looks like, and what tips they have for those interested in becoming clinical law professors. We also addressed issues of diversity and inclusion in legal academia. Finally, we closed with a Q&A session.
The panel consisted of the following distinguished clinical law professors:
This event was organized by APABA-DC, with co-sponsorship by the Asian American Bar Association of New York (AABANY), Asian American Lawyers Association of Massachusetts (AALAM), the Asian American Bar Association of Houston (AABA of Houston), the Capital Area Muslim Bar Association (CAMBA), the Muslim Bar Association of New York (MUBANY), the South Asian Bar Association of Washington, D.C. (SABA-DC), and the Asian Pacific American Law Students Associations (APALSA) of American University, George Washington University, Georgetown University, University of Maryland, and University of Virginia.
Please contact Anjum Unwala and Melissa Nonaka at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions about the event.
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