KABA-DCRepresenting Korean American legal community of Washington DC since 2009
Join this virtual event co-sponsored by KABA-DC for a discussion on Leadership In and Out of Uniform with Captain John S. Han, U.S. Navy. With experiences as a Commanding Officer, Military Trial Judge and prosecutor on both the federal and state levels, Capt. Han will...
KABA-DC Congratulates Confirmation of Honorable Judge Florence Pan to the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 30, 2021 Korean American Bar Association of Washington DC (KABA-DC) congratulates Judge Florence Pan on her historic confirmation to serve as a judge on the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. Judge Pan will become...
2021.11.05 – Virtual Premier of Mini-Documentary “But I Look Like a Lawyer” by Federation of Asian Canadian Lawyers in British Columbia, Canada (3:30 pm ET)
KABA-DC happily promotes the premiering of a mini-documentary, "But I Look Like a Lawyer" on Friday, November 5, 2021 from 3:30 - 4:30 pm EST at a virtual Zoom event by the Federation of Asian Canadian Lawyers BC (FACL BC). You can register for the launch event, watch...
The Korean-American Bar Association for the Washington DC Area (KABA-DC) was established in 2009 to be the voice for Korean Americans in the legal profession in the Greater Washington, DC Metropolitan Area. KABA-DC’s main goal is to promote and improve the common professional and business interests of Korean-American lawyers and others in the legal profession. KABA-DC also fosters professional development, legal scholarship, advocacy and community involvement.