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AALAM is pleased to publicize events and announcements from professional and affinity bar associations and other community groups, within and outside of Massachusetts, in which AALAM members may be interested. To post an item, please e-mail a link, PDF, or Word document containing the relevant information to Romeo Camba at email@example.com. AALAM reserves editorial control. Postings may be removed after 30 days unless additional time is requested.
The Civil Rights Act of 1964: Then, Now and Moving ForwardMonday, April 28, 2014, 4 - 6 pm
John J. Moakley U.S. Courthouse, Jury Assembly Room, Boston
Fifty years ago, peaceful civil disobedience triumphed hate and the Civil Rights Act became law. Please join legal scholars and local bar associations to commemorate this landmark federal law. Speakers include Hon. Gustavo A. Gelpi, Jr., Hon. Gordon A. Martin, Jr. (ret.), and Joshua M. Davis of Goulston & Storrs. For more information, see the Event Posting.
VLP Invites Programs for Pro Bono Website
The statewide pro bono website, www.massprobono.org, which the Volunteer Lawyers Project (VLP) has been working on with the MA Law Reform Institute and Pro Bono Net, is getting ready to launch. Massprobono will be a powerful tool for would-be volunteers to find pro bono opportunities and for pro bono programs that serve people of limited means to find new volunteers, refer cases, staff projects, and recognize and support volunteers. The project now seeks pro bono programs to include on the website. Each pro bono program can have a general listing on the site as well as post specific projects, cases, news items, trainings and library content. For more information, see the VLP Letter.
UPDATE 3/18/2014: VLP requests that if you previously registered for this program, please register again at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/rt/4553614569436151298.
Massachusetts LGBTQ Bar 2014 Annual Dinner
The Massachusetts LGBTQ Bar Association invites you to its 2014 Annual Dinner, featuring keynote speaker and Kevin Larkin Memorial Award recipient Shannon McLaughlin. Major McLaughlin is a member of the National Guard and her current assignment is Chief of Legal Assistance for JAG. She, along with her wife, were plaintiffs in a case filed by the Servicemembers Legal Defense Network, seeking equal treatment of gay families by the military. For more information, and to purchase tickets, see the Event Posting.
Feminism and Abolition: Extending the DialogueThursday, May 8, 2014, 5:30 pm
Royce Hall, UCLA Campus
The UCLA Department of Gender Studies is pleased to welcome Angela Y. Davis, Distinguished Professor Emerita and Regents' Lecturer in the Department of Gender Studies, followed by a panel discussion. For more information, see the Event Posting.
SJC Seeks Lawyer Response in Evaluation of Judges in Western Massachusetts
Special Report on Asian Americans in the Northeast
Asian Americans Advancing Justice | AAJC has published a special report entitled A Community of Contrasts: Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders in the Northeast, 2013, a much-needed resource supporting growing Asian American and NHPI movements in places like Boston, New York, and Philadelphia with the latest data on the region’s diverse communities. While some reports on Asian Americans and NHPI paint a simplistically glossy picture, this report aims to provide a richer portrait of the social, economic, and political challenges and opportunities our communities face in the Northeast. A resource such as this report can catalyze public education opportunities, better inform policy campaigns, and provide the content for leadership training for our communities.
M.A.W.L. Annual Banquet
Save the Date! The Massachusetts Association of Women Lawyers (M.A.W.L.) invites you to attend its Annual Banquet saluting as Distinguished Jurist The Honorable Terry M. Craven, First Justice of the Suffolk Juvenile Court. M.A.W.L. is very excited to announce that the keynote address will be given by Hank Phillippi Ryan, author and on-camera investigative reporter for Boston's NBC affiliate, WHDH-TV. For more information, please contact President-Elect M. Katie Kerr at firstname.lastname@example.org or (978) 388-1787.
Call for Proposals: 2014 Critical Race Studies Symposium
Critical Race Studies @ UCLA invites paper and panel proposal for its next CRS Symposium on October 2-4, 2014, celebrating the 20th anniversary of Cheryl Harris's seminal article, "Whiteness as Property." Deadline for submissions is June 15, 2014. For details, see www.law.ucla.edu/crs.
8th Annual National Conference of Vietnamese American Attorneys!
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