Virtual Panel to Discuss AAPIs in Legal Professions
In celebration of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month (APAHM), the U of A Office of Equal Opportunity and Compliance, in collaboration with the Asian Pacific American Employee Impact Group and the School of Law, will be hosting a virtual panel highlighting remarkable APA professionals within the law profession, entitled “Forging New Paths: AAPIs in the Legal Profession,” at 10:30 a.m., May 26, via Zoom. To register: tinyurl.com/uaaapi.
- Er-Gene Kahng, president of APAEIG and professor of violin
- Edison Williams, U of A School of Law diversity, equity and inclusion program manager
Panel speakers include:
- Brian G. Kim, president of Arkansas Colleges of Health Education
- Kimberly Vu-Dinh, UALR assistant professor law and director of Business Innovations Clinic
- Sol Kim, immigration law attorney at Taylor Law Firm
More information, including the biographies and the registration link, can be found at oeoc.uark.edu/training/aapi.php.
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Office of Equal Opportunity and Compliance
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