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Today marks Vaisakhi, and NAPABA joins the Sikh community in observing this important celebration, and also in reflection for the memories of those tragically lost at the FedEx Ground facility in Indianapolis, which employed a significant Sikh workforce, two years ago this weekend. We honor the names and memories of the fallen Matthew R. Alexander,…

NAPABA and APABA-IN are proud to share its vision on how we intend to display and implement the skills, strengths, and passion of our members and the values of our organization—leading up to, at, and beyond the #NAPABA23 Convention in Indianapolis. Click the link to read our advocacy action plan and how we plan to show…

The Asian Pacific American Bar Association of Indiana (APABA-IN), joined by the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association (NAPABA), strongly condemns the anti-Asian remarks by Purdue University Northwest (PNW) Chancellor Thomas L. Keon at the University’s commencement ceremony. APABA-IN and NAPABA requested a meeting with Purdue University leadership, including the President and Board of Trustees,…

We had a great APABA-IN turnout at the 2022 National Asian Pacific American Bar Association Convention! Looking forward to the 2023 Convention!

Have you ever thought of becoming a law professor? We encourage lawyers from all professional fields and experiences, including law firms, government agencies, for-profit and non-profit businesses, and the judiciary to apply for the Future Faculty Visiting Assistant Fellowship as we work to shape the next generation of law faculty. Start your career path to…

Election Law Forum with Secretary of State Candidates Held: Tue, September 27, 2022 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM ET IndyBar HQ (140 N. Illinois St., Indianapolis) Recording available below. Passcode: yYm66&oG

On September 27, 2022, APABA held an open discussion about Indiana election law and its application, oversight, and future featuring candidates for Indiana Secretary of State. Indiana Secretary of State candidates Destiny Well, Democrat, and Jeffrey Maurer, Libertarian attended, and Diego Morales, Republican was invited.

APABA-IN congratulates Judge Rehana Adat-Lopez who was selected by Governor Eric Holcomb to fill a vacancy on the Lake County Superior Court. She is well-qualified and will make an excellent contribution to the court.

On April 13, President Joe Biden nominated Judge John Z. Lee to serve on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit. If confirmed, Judge Lee would be the first Asian American appellate judge on the Seventh Circuit. Judge Lee will be filling the seat held by Judge Diane Wood, who took senior status in December…

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