The Korean American Bar Association of Georgia (KABA-GA) was founded in Aug. 2012 by a dedicated group of lawyers to elevate the visibility of Korean American attorneys and law students within the Georgia legal community.  Each year, we host numerous events focused on mentorship, community, and professional development.

Today, our 200 members are elected officials, judges, partners, non-profit attorneys, law students, and solo/small firm practitioners.  KABA-GA is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors and committee members and funded primarily by dues and sponsorships.

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    • Thursday, July 30, 2020
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM (EDT)
    • By Zoom (link to be circulated upon registration)

    Thursday, July 30, 6:00 pm

    By Zoom

    Introducing the newly-formed In-House Committee of KABA-GA!

    The first KABA In-house Committee is a mentorship and panel discussion hosted by Zoom.  In-house counsel can candidly discuss experiences and recommendations on succeeding in-house with:

    • Alina Lee, Senior Corporate Counsel, MailChimp
    • Andy Shin, Corporate and Real Estate Counsel, Mohawk
    • Seam Park, Assistant General Counsel, CarMax
    • Yoon Ettinger, Chief Counsel, Field Operations & Litigation, Southern Company Gas

    Moderated by: Peter Lee, Assistant General Counsel, ManageAmerica

    Zoom link and password to be provided upon registration.

    For questions, email

KABA-GA is a 501(c)6 non-profit organization.

Registered address for Correspondence: KABA-GA, c/o June Lee, Nelson Mullins, 201 17th Street NW, #1700, Atlanta, GA 30349

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