Anti-Asian American Violence Panel Discussion on 4/21 and 4/22
You are invited to a panel discussion about hate crimes and incidents against members of the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community. Hate crimes raise a host of legal, ethical, linguistic, and cultural issues for lawyers deciding whether, how, and to what extent to get involved. This Continuing Legal Education (CLE) program, the first of its kind in the nation, brings together experts in AAPI history, legal history, criminal law, advocacy for AAPI communities, and cultural competence. It was developed by the Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund (AALDEF) and the Rutgers School of Law in Newark, N.J.
Choose to attend in person this Thursday or Friday, or virtually on Friday. Click on the date to register.
Phil Tajitsu Nash, Co-President of the Board of the Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund, teaches in the Asian American Studies Program at the University of Maryland
Rose Cuison-Villazor, Interim Co-Dean, Professor of Law and Chancellor’s Social Justice Scholar. Director, Rutgers Center for Immigration, Law, Policy and Justice
Jack Tchen, Inaugural Clement A. Price Professor of Public History & Humanities &Director, Clement Price Institute on Ethnicity, Culture and the Modern Experience
Vera Bergelson, Distinguished Professor of Law and Robert E. Knowlton Scholar, Rutgers Law School
Erik Daab, Chief Prosecutor, Specialized Crimes Bureau, New Jersey Office of the Attorney General
R. Joseph Gribko, Senior Civil Rights Counsel, Office of the U.S. Attorney’s Office, District of New Jersey
Elizabeth Kari, Founder, AAP(I belong). Daughter of Vilma Kari, victim of anti-Asian hate attack.
CLE credit is available. It will satisfy 2.0 “Diversity, Equity and Elimination of Bias” CLE credits for New Jersey and New York and 1.5 ethics credits for Pennsylvania. Use promo code NOCLEAAPI to attend for free without CLE credit.