Tribal Justice, Q-Law Happy Hour, Citizenship Day and more – Check out these upcoming events and opportunities!

Exploring the Tribal Court System: Film Screening & Discussion

When: Thursday, April 4th, 4:30-6pm (film screening); 6:15-8pm (Reception & Keynote)
Where: Seattle University School of Law, Sullivan Hall Room C5

Tribal courts throughout the nation are leading the way in transforming their communities through traditional modes of restorative justice. Join SU Law’s Center for Indian Law & Policy for a screening of the film Tribal Justice, followed by a reception with a keynote by Judge Claudette White, who is featured in the film. The program will highlight the incredible work tribal court judges do to provide access to holistic, structured, and phased treatment and rehabilitation services that incorporate culture and tradition.

Details and registration information available here.

Q-Law Spring Happy Hour

QLaw LogoWhen: Thursday, April 11,  5:30-7:30pm
Where: Still Liquor, 1524 Minor Ave, Seattle

QLaw is a voluntary bar association for GLBT legal professionals and their friends. Join Q-Law members and friends for a spring Happy Hour! Registration here to attend.

KABA Kate Seabright Scholarship available to law students

Korean Bar AssociationThe Korean American Bar Association of Washington (KABA) announces the Kate Seabright Scholarship. This scholarship provides at least $3,040 to one law student attending law school in Washington State who demonstrates commitment to advocating for mental health awareness, promoting volunteerism, and increasing diversity and inclusion in the legal profession.

For additional information and to apply visit here. Application deadline is April 30, 2019.

Citizenship Day 2019 — Volunteers Needed!

When: Saturday, April 27, 8:30am-5:30pm
Locations: Tacoma Community House (Tacoma, WA); Clark College (Vancouver, WA); Yakima Valley Community College (Yakima, WA)

Join the American Immigration Lawyers Association of Washington (AILA), OneAmerica, and other community partners for Citizenship Day 2019. Citizenship Day is a free, one-day legal clinic to help legal permanent residents apply for citizenship. With immigrants under attack, citizenship is the only protection from deportation, and you can help! Please join us for the day, and help hundreds of legal permanent residents take the first step towards becoming US citizens.

If you have questions or would like to volunteer please contact Rosana Donaso Barredo at rosana@weareoneamerica.org.

National Trans Bar Association Inaugural Mentorship Summit, May 31-June 2nd in NYC

Don’t miss this unprecedented opportunity for transgender, gender nonconforming, and allied legal professionals and law students from around the country to gather to create community, learn from each other, and engage with NTBA‘s newly formed Mentorship Program. The summit will be held at CUNY School of Law in New York City.

For additional information and registration instructions visit here.

Chinese Information and Service Center
seeks  Board Members

Are you interested in joining a social service organization board? The Chinese Information and Service Center (CISC) is one of the oldest social service organizations in the International District. The CISC is looking for board members who represent other communities of color as well as come from different professions. Please contact Dexter Tang to learn more about this opportunity.

Microaggressions and Implicit Bias in Practice

WSBA LogoWhen: April 23, 2019, 12:55-4:15pm
Where: WSBA Conference Center, 1325 Fourth Ave, Suite 600, Seattle, WA

Join the Washington State Bar Association for a dynamic and interactive program on microaggressions and implicit bias. Start with an understanding of the science behind microaggressions. Stay for a participatory session focused on identifying and responding to both bias and microaggressions in the practice of law. Ethics CLE credit available.

To Register and for additional information visit here.