Asian Pacific American Bar Association of Maryland
The Asian Pacific American Bar Association of Maryland (APABA-MD) is one of sixty-two affiliates of the 40,000 member National Asian Pacific American Bar Association (APABA). The APABA is a non-profit organization formed in 1988 and their goal is to fight for the civil rights of Asian Pacific Americans, promote the professional development of Asian Pacific Americans, and give a voice to members of the Asian Pacific Asian Community.
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The National Asian Pacific American Bar Association participates in several community outreach programs and hosts numerous events for members. A few of these outreach efforts and events include a moot court competition held in collaboration with South Texas College of Law, a top trial advocacy program, providing scholarships to law students of Asian Pacific American Heritage, and hosting professional development seminars. The Maryland branch works locally and one of their main outreach goals is attempting to put outstanding Asian Pacific American Attorneys in the Judiciary of the Maryland Courts.
To become a member of the APABA you should be a lawyer or law student and support the furtherance of Asian Pacific American’s in the legal profession. A member applicant must also create a profile for the national organization and pay an annual due, which varies depending on the number of years a potential members has been practicing law.
Contact the Asian Pacific American Bar Association of Maryland
1612 K Street NW, Suite 1400
Washington, DC 20006
Phone: (202) 775-9555
Fax: (202) 775-9333