Your Ticket Gets You Much More Than Just an Entertaining Dinner...

In our 6th year we decided it was time to provide more than just an entertaining dinner. Which of course we will still do with two of the Bay Areas most recognizable journalists, Tim Kawakami and Janelle Wang, speaking and emceeing (respectively).

 

Included with your banquet ticket, we are including three moderated panel discussions and providing MCLE credits for them.

 

The first will feature some of the top API prosecutors from across the country in a moderated panel discussion about how to become a prosecutor and how to move up in prosecution offices.

 

The second will be a fireside chat with California's Judicial Appointment Secretary Justice Martin Jenkins, who will discuss what Governor Newsom is looking for and the importance of diversity on the bench.

 

The second will feature the "Supremes" as in the three API California Supreme Court Justices: 

Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye

Justice Ming Chin

Justice Goodwin Liu

in a moderated panel discussion about a number of topics.

 

It is guaranteed to be an afternoon and an evening to remember!

 

Time

Track 1

Track 2

1 pm – 2 pm

Panel #1 “Crazy Good Asian Prosecutors: A Moderated Panel Discussion with Top API Prosecutors from Across the Country”

 

 *MCLE credits will be provided

 

 

2:45 pm – 3:45 pm

 

(Break out session goes from 2:15 pm until 4 pm)

Panel #2 “Diversity on the Bench: A Fireside Chat with California Appointment Secretary Justice Martin Jenkins

 

*MCLE credits will be provided

Break out session for:

  • Hiring interviews (for attorneys & internships)
  • Informational interviews
  • Resume review
  • Mock interviews

4 pm – 5 pm

Panel #3 “An Afternoon with the Supremes: A Moderated Panel Discussion with California Supreme Court Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye, Justice Ming Chin, and Justice Goodwin Liu

 

 *MCLE credits will be provided

 

 

5 pm - 6 pm

Refreshments with the Supremes (cash bar)   

 

 

6 pm

6th Annual Scholarship Banquet with keynote speech by Tim Kawakami, Editor-in-Chief, The Athletic SF and hosted by emcee Emmy Award Winning NBC Bay Area Anchor Janelle Wang

 

 

Law Students/Lawyers Interested in Prosecution: Prosecutors' Panel & Interviews are Free to Attend!

Law Students/Lawyers interested in prosecution:

Even if you can't make the dinner, please come to our prosecutors' panel at 1 pm and stay for interviews or just to meet prosecutors from across the country.

 

Our panel has the following panelists:

- David Chiang (Queens County DA’s Office—NY)
- Wade Chow (San Francisco DA’s Office)
- Genevieve Galman (Contra Costa County DA’s Office)
- David Grapilon (San Diego County DA’s Office)
- James Lin (Kings County DA’s Office—NY)
- Anshuman Vaidya (Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office—Chicago, IL)
- Michael Yun (Los Angeles County DA’s Office)
- Moderated by Fanny Yu (San Diego County DA’s Office)

 

The following are the prosecution offices expected to have tables at the interview portion:
1. California
   a. Alameda DA: informational interviews
   b. Los Angeles DA: informational interviews
   c. Placer DA: informational interviews
   d. Sacramento DA: informational interviews
   e. San Diego City Attorney, DA, and DOJ: informational

       interviews
   f. San Francisco DA: if positions remain available on 10/19,

      attorney (for barred attorneys) and intern interviews

   g. San Mateo DA: informational interviews

   h. Santa Clara DA: unpaid intern and informational interviews
   i. Santa Cruz DA: informational interviews
2. Illinois
   a. Cook County States Attorney: attorney and informational

       interviews

3. New York
   a. Brooklyn DA: attorney and intern interviews
   b. Queens DA: attorney and intern interviews

 

Last year in New York, 3 law student attendees interviewed with NY DA offices and ALL THREE GOT OFFERS.

 

Please email Christina Kye at christina.kye@gmail.com if you are attending and/or to schedule interviews. 

Book Rooms at Crowne Plaza Foster City Here (Rooms are limited!)

Click on the link to book a room at a reduced rate of $149 for 1 king bed and $159 for two queens for the weekend of October 19, 2019: 

 

<https://book.passkey.com/go/NAPIPA> 

 

or call:

888-233-9527 and ask for: 
National Asian Pacific Islander Prosecutors Association
Or Block NNZ

 

Rooms are limited.

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