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AACTLA installation gala 2018

Date:  July 27, 2018
Time:  6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Location:  China Live
Address:  644 Broadway, San Francisco CA

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Please join us for our 5th Annual Gala on July 27 2018, renowned restaurant and 2017's favorite new restaurant, China Live, located at 644 Broadway in San Francisco!  We are excited to share this beautiful space with you to come out to celebrate, share stories, and look forward to another great year!

 

2018 JUSTICE SCHOLARSHIP

The Asian American Criminal Trial Lawyers Association (AACTLA) is proud to announce our 2018 Justice Scholarship for students interested in pursuing a career in indigent criminal defense.  We will honoring our 2018 Justice Scholarship recipient at the dinner!

Please find application information here or email us at aactlabayarea@gmail.com

APPLICATION DEADLINE IS 7/9/18!

 

KEYNOTE SPEAKER:  L. Song Richardson

An award-winning teacher and scholar, L. Song Richardson is the dean of UC Irvine School of Law.  Dean Richardson’s interdisciplinary research uses lessons from cognitive and social psychology to study criminal procedure, criminal law and policing. Currently, she is working on a book that examines the legal and moral implications of mind sciences research on policing and criminal procedure. Her scholarship has been published by law journals at Yale, Cornell, Northwestern, Southern California, and Minnesota, among others. Her article, “Police Efficiency and the Fourth Amendment” was selected as a “Must Read” by the National Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys. Her co-edited book, The Constitution and the Future of Criminal Justice in America, was published by Cambridge University Press in 2013.

Dean Richardson’s legal career has included partnership at a boutique criminal law firm and work as a state and federal public defender in Seattle, Washington. She was also an Assistant Counsel at the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc. Immediately upon graduation from law school, she was a Skadden Arps Public Interest Fellow with the National Immigration Law Center in Los Angeles and the Legal Aid Society’s Immigration Unit in Brooklyn, NY. She has been featured in numerous local and national news programs, including “48 Hours.

 

 

 


SPONSORSHIP

AACTLA’s efforts towards professional development, networking, advocacy, diversity, and mentorship are made possible by the support of its sponsors.  We invite you and your firm or company to be a sponsor for this year’s installation banquet.  Your generous sponsorship provides vital support to AACTLA while also providing increased visibility to your firm or company to the legal community. 

This year, AACTLA will be offering the following sponsorship levels:

Platinum ($2,000)  

  • A full page advertisement on the inside front cover, inside back cover, or back 
  • A special acknowledgement in announcements sent through AACTLA’s listserv 
  • A special acknowledgement in the program and AACTLA’s website
  • Attendance for 10 at this year’s gala

Gold ($1,500)

  • A full page advertisement in this year’s program
  • A special acknowledgement in announcements sent through AACTLA’s listserv 
  • A special acknowledgement in the program and AACTLA’s website
  • Attendance for 10 at this year’s gala

Silver ($1000)

  • A half-page advertisement in this year’s program
  • A special acknowledgement in the program and AACTLA’s website
  • Attendance for 5 at this year’s gala

Bronze ($500)

  • A quarter-page advertisement in this year’s program
  • A special acknowledgement in the program and AACTLA’s website
  • Attendance for 2 at this year’s gala

Please submit advertisement artwork in PDF format to aactlabayarea@gmail.com.