Asian Law Caucus Celebrates 38 Years

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Come celebrate the The Asian Law Caucus’s 38th Anniversary Dinner this Friday, April 9 at 6pm at the Hyatt Regency in San Francisco. Register now online at or visit our website at for more information.

The Asian Law Caucus’s 38th Anniversary event is a celebration of the nation’s first legal and civil rights organization serving low-income Asian Pacific Americans.

Keynote speaker is Aryeh Neier, President of the Open Society Institute and Co-Founder of Human Rights Watch. The Gala’s honorees include members and former members of Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP: Steven H. Schulman, Reginald Steer, Sara Noel, Andy Cho, and Michael Reeder. Other honorees are Open Society Institute and “Save the Thai Temple” volunteers.

Also on the agenda is a short film, “National Security and Civil Rights” by sixth generation Chinese American filmmaker Evan Jackson Leong about Asian Law Caucus.

Asian Law Caucus serves our wider community in program areas supporting various project: Employment & Labor, Housing Advocacy and Community Development, Immigrants’ Rights, Juvenile Justice and Education, National Security and Civil Rights, and the Korematsu Institute.

The mission of the Asian Law Caucus is to promote, advance and represent the legal and civil rights of the Asian and Pacific Islander communities. Recognizing that social, economic, political and racial inequalities continue to exist in the United States, the Asian Law Caucus is committed to the pursuit of equality and justice for all sectors of our society with a specific focus directed toward addressing the needs of low-income Asian and Pacific Islanders. The Asian Law Caucus in an affiliate of the Asian American Justice Center based in Washington, DC.

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