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Positions with the City of New York
If you are interested in a career with the Law Department of the City of New York, click here. The Department has multiple open positions.
Rivkin Radler is Filling Multiple Associate Attorney Positions
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Law Office of David K.S. Kim is Searching for an Associate
A leading full-service immigration law office is looking for a full-time, Korean/English bilingual, associate attorney or law clerk. JD from an accredited law school in the U.S., or an equivalent education and work experience (e.g., LLB or Bachelors in Law from an accredited college in Korea, and an LLM from an accredited law school in the U.S.) required. 2-5 years of experience in immigration law would be ideal, though not required. Associate position requires bar admission and good standing (NY preferred, but any state is acceptable) and appearances in various courts and agencies related to immigration. Both positions require extensive document review (English and Korean legal and business documents) and legal research and/or writing in both Korean and U.S. law related to immigration such as criminal, corporate, real estate and tax, as well as heavy client contacts. Interested candidates should email the following to firstname.lastname@example.org: cover letter, resume, one legal writing sample in English (must be an unedited version); and one writing sample in Korean (need not be a legal writing sample; however, it must be a writing sample written in college level Korean). Only those candidates selected for the interview will be contacted.
Law Students: Learn about the Reed Smith / BNY Mellon Diversity Fellowship Program
Are you interested in a career in financial services litigation? The Reed Smith / BNY Mellon Diversity Fellowship Program provides an award in the amount of $5,000 and a 2017 summer associate position. Candidates must be a diverse, first- or second-year law student interested in pursuing a career in financial services litigation. See here for more info.
Law Students: Read About the Bristol-Myers Squibb Diversity & Inclusion Law Department Summer Internship Program
Bristol-Myers Squibb's Internship program is designed to ensure interns gain valuable industry and functional experience, work on challenging assignments, and partner and network with Bristol-Myers Squibb employees, while learning about our company. Read more about the program here here and here. See the application here.
Law Students: Learn More about the McGuire Woods / NAPABA Law Foundation Law Clerkship (Summer 2017)
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Prudential's Latest Open Legal and Compliance Positions in NJ, CT, TX
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Join the EDNY Mediation Panel - Applications Due on March 17, 2017
The EDNY ADR Department is accepting applications to join the EDNY Mediation Panel. Mediators with substantial knowledge in one or more of the following areas of law are encouraged to apply: 42 U.S.C. Section 1983, Construction, ERISA, the Fair Labor Standards Act, the Fair Debt Collections Act, the Hague Convention, Maritime/Admiralty, and Personal Injury. The EDNY Mediation Program is run under Local Civil Rule 83.8. See here for the rule. Find more info here.
The New York City Bar is now accepting candidate applications for the inaugural Associate Leadership Institute
The New York City Bar is pleased to announce the inaugural Associate Leadership Institute, five-part series of high-level development training for 4th to 8th year associates at signatory firms. The institute will include keynote speakers, intensive training modules, and networking opportunities. The program will run from April to July 2017, and will be held on Fridays at the New York City Bar. Interested candidates must submit a complete Nomination Form (includes a 500-word statement of interest), resume and/or firm bio, and a letter of recommendation to email@example.com to be considered. The nomination deadline is Friday, March 17th. You can read more about the Associate Leadership Institute here.
Embrace Your Hyphen Citizenship Drive is looking for more Volunteers!
The Embrace Your Hyphen Citizenship Drive, organized by Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams and Deputy Brooklyn Borough President Diana Reyna, along with the Brooklyn Volunteer Lawyers Project, will be held on March 25th, from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM, at the Brooklyn Borough Hall (209 Joralemon Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201). Currently they are looking for more volunteers to help eligible residents of Brooklyn complete their applications for citizenship. For attorneys interested in helping out, a training will be offered ahead of the Citizenship Drive. To sign up to receive updates about the training, please click here. You can read more about the event here.
KOTRA New York IP-DESK Presents IP Dispute Legal Fee Subsidy Program
Any Korean company with a business registration number in Korea, which incurs legal fees for any issues pertaining to intellectual property disputes can apply for the program. KOTRA will subsidize 50% of the company's legal fees for up to $10,000.
Types of issues/work covered under the program: drafting of an infringement memo, a cease and desist letter response to allegations of infringement, intellectual property dispute consultation, freedom to operate memo, and an opinion memo and maintenance monitoring.
Any law firm / private practice with Korean companies as clients (small and medium size only, not conglomerates) should encourage those clients to apply to the program for legal fees incurred relating to an intellectual property dispute. Contact: Joseph Juhn (firstname.lastname@example.org) / Joanna Han (email@example.com).
Amici Legal Podcast Series Launched
The New York State Unified Court System launched the “Amici” podcast. A series created to share with the legal community and the public at large information about the courts, the legal profession and the criminal justice system.
Podcasts currently available include an interview with William Leahy, Director of the
New York State Office of Indigent Legal Services, and a conversation regarding the Uniform Bar Exam with Diane Bosse, Chair of the New York State Board of Law Examiners. Both the audio and written transcript of each podcast are available.
Discount Code to Join the New York City Bar Association
KALAGNY members qualify to join the New York City Bar at a discount, if you will be first time member of the New York City Bar Association. Please go to our membership portal by logging in as a member to access the code and to learn more.
New Jersey State Bar Association Offers Membership Discount for KALAGNY Members
Please go to our membership portal to obtain the information packet.
AABANY LGBT Committee Special Presentation: A Sign of the Times - A Legal and Political Analysis of What’s at Stake for LGBT Asians/South Asians
AABANY LGBT Committee's event will feature a distinguished panel of experts and advocates who will review recent executive orders and anticipated policy proposals and their impact on the LGBT Asian American and South Asian community. The presentation takes place on Wednesday, March 15, from 6:30 to 8:30 PM at Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson LLP. You can read more and RSVP for the event here.
YWCA of Queens 39th Annual Gala: March 16, 2017
The YWCA of Queens was founded in 1978 in response to the needs of the rapidly growing Asian immigrant community when a “latch key” child caused a kitchen fire, confirming the need for a community after school program. Nine women from the YWCA of Korea, some of whom were previous volunteers and staff, joined forces to help young parents care for their children as they adjusted to the new ways of life. The YWCA's annual gala is on March 16, 2017 at 6 PM at the New York Hall of Science, 47-01 111th Street, Corona, NY 11368. See here to read more.
We invite you to a “How to Get on the Ballot in New York City” program, hosted by the New York City Bar
KALAGNY invites its members and affiliates to join us at this insightful event on Wednesday, March 22 (from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM). The event will feature Martin E. Connor, Sarah K. Steiner, Raphael Savine, Matt Sollars & Dan Cho, who will cover various topics regarding what is sometimes an intimidating process, breaking it down to basics, and providing attendees with an understanding of what is necessary to run for office in New York City. You can read more about the event and RSVP here.
New Jersey Lawyers Magazine Call for Articles: National Security v. Individual Rights
The New Jersey Lawyers Magazine (a publication of the NJ State Bar) is soliciting articles on the topic: National Security v. Individual Rights. Please note that authors must be members of the NJSBA unless the writer receives prior approval from the NJSBA. Please contact co-editors Susan Nardone (SNardone@gibbonslaw.com) and Bill Singer (firstname.lastname@example.org) as soon as possible with proposed topics. Articles must be submitted no later than mid-March. See here for article guidelines.
Call for Comments: Report on New York State Courts Electronic Filing Program
In connection with the submission of his annual report on electronic filing to the New York State Legislature, the Governor and the Chief Judge, Chief Administrative Judge Lawrence K. Marks has called for comments on the e-filing program, including the program's impact on litigants (including the unrepresented), practitioners and the courts. The report will address comments received. Please submit your comments by March 23, 2017 to email@example.com or by regular mail to Jeffrey Carucci, Statewide Coordinator for Electronic Filing, NYS Unified Court System, New York County Courthouse, 60 Centre Street, Room 119M, New York, New York 10007. See here for more details.
Korean American Family Service Center's Annual Gala - April 28, 2017
The Korean American Family Service Center (KAFSC) is a leading, non-profit organization committed to preventing and ending domestic violence, sexual assault, and relationship abuse, and creating a violence-free society. Its annual gala, at Cipriani's on 42nd Street, is on April 28, 2017. Early bird pricing ends on March 31, 2017. See here for more info.
U.S. Court of Appeals for the 2nd Circuit Seeking Attorneys for Pro Bono Panel
The Criminal Justice Act/Pro Bono Committee is now accepting applications for the Second Circuit's Pro Bono Panel - Pro Bono Panel members will, at the Court’s invitation or on an appellant’s motion for appointment of counsel, represent pro se litigants in civil appeals that present issues of first impression, complex issues of law or fact, or raise potentially meritorious claims warranting further briefing and oral argument. The deadline is April 30, 2017. For more information please refer to the official United States Court of Appeals announcement and to the Pro Bono Counsel Plan.
- NAPABA Lobby Day and Leadership Workshop - May 22-24, 2017
NAPABA Lobby Day 2017 will be held in Washington, D.C., from May 22-23, 2017. NAPABA members from across the country to educate members of Congress and congressional staffers on issues of importance to the Asian Pacific American community. Learn more here.
Lobby Day Deadlines
Stipend Applications | Deadline: March 22
The stipend application can be found on the Lobby Day registration form.
Register for Lobby Day | Deadline: April 12
For more information and to register for Lobby Day, visit NAPABA'swebsite.
Register for the Leadership Workshop | Deadline: April 12
This pilot program follows NAPABA's Lobby Day and seeks to empower mid- to senior-level NAPABA members with the leadership tools necessary to reach and succeed at the highest levels of profession. To learn more about the Leadership Workshop and to apply, click here.
- Northeast Regional Conference - September 8-10, 2017
Save the Date for the NAPABA Northeast Regional Conference, hosted by APABA-PA, in Philadelphia, PA. More details to come.
- 2017 NAPABA Convention - Save the Date - November 2-5, 2017
For more information on how to submit a program proposal, please visit NAPABA's
Call for Programs page. The Call for Programs will close on March 20, 2017 at 5 p.m. EDT. NAPABA is also looking for speakers interested in serving on a CLE panel at the 2017 NAPABA Convention. Lend your expertise and add your name to the speaker database! For more information and to join please visit the Call for Speakers
page. Have an idea for a plenary topic? For more information and to submit an idea, please visit NAPABA's Call for Plenary Topics page.
KALAGNY's board member, Eve Guillergan (firstname.lastname@example.org), co-chairs NAPABA's Solo Small Law Firm Network, and may be e-mailed with topic ideas.
Bridgette Ahn, President
Eun Chong (EJ) Thorsen, Executive VP
Karen Kim, VP of Memberships
Iris Jun, Treasurer
Jay H. Min, Secretary
Eve Cho Guillergan
J. John Kim
Kenneth K. Yoon
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