The Korean American Bar Association of Georgia (KABA-GA) was founded in Aug. 2012 by a dedicated group of lawyers with the purpose of elevating the visibility of Korean American attorneys and law students within the Georgia legal community and to advance our professional development through mentorship programs, training, and community involvement.  Today, our membership is comprised of elected officials, judges, managing partners, non-profit attorneys, law students, & solo/small firm practitioners. JOIN US NOW and help us build Georgia's Korean American Legal Community!


UPCOMING EVENTS

    • Sunday, July 28, 2019
    • 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    • Korean American Association of Greater Atlanta, 5900 Brook Hollow Pwky., Norcross, GA 30071
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    KABA SOLO/SMALL FIRM LEGAL SEMINAR SERIES

    FOR SMALL BUSINESS OWNERS


    Sunday, July 28, 4 - 7 PM

    Korean American Association of Greater Atlanta (KAAGA) Community Center
    5900 Brook Hollow Pkwy., Norcross, GA 30071

    Presented by KABA-GA, the Korean American Association of Greater Atlanta, and

    The Consulate General of Republic of Korea


    This event is FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

    SPONSORSHIPS AVAILABLE:

    $500 and $250 levels

    애틀랜타 한인회, 주 애틀랜타 총영사관 그리고 조지아 한인 변호사협회 공동 주최로 제 3회 애틀랜타 동포를 위한 법률 세미나를 개최합니다.

    참가 대상은 애틀랜타 모든 동포이며 제 3회 세미나는 비즈니스 관련법이며 이현철 변호사의 진행으로 노동법에는 김진혁 변호사, 사업체 내 일반 책임문제는 정준 변호사 그리고 구입 및 매매 관련은 정승욱 변호사께서 알려주십니다.

    한인변호사협회 세미나에 스폰서를 하시려면 info@jasonparklaw.com 로 문의 및 연락 부탁드립니다. 한인회관에서 열리는 법률 세미나에 동포 여러분의 많은 참여를 부탁드립니다.

    자세한 문의는 애틀랜타 한인회 770.813.8988 한인 변호사협회 678.802.8421로 문의 바랍니다.

    Our third seminar for the KoAm community is scheduled for July 28, 2019, at 4 pm, at the KAAGA Community Center located at 5900 Brook Hollow Pkwy, Norcross, GA 30071.

    The Seminar will provide basic legal information for small business owners, touching on labor & employment issues, premises & general liability issues, and things to know when buying & selling businesses. We hope to garner interest from mom-and-pop stores that many KoAms operate. Our speakers are:

    DISCLAIMER: The information presented in these presentations including brochure, articles, and materials is not intended to substitute for professional legal advice and does not create an attorney-client relationship. Therefore, you should not act or rely upon the information provided in these presentations without seeking the advice of an attorney. You should accept legal advice only from a licensed legal professional with whom you have an attorney-client relationship.

    * KABA 세미나에서 설명해 드리는 내용이나 나눠드리는 자료는 특정 사건에 대한 법적 조언이 아니므로 저희와 세미나 참석자와는 변호사와 의뢰인의 관계(Attorney-Client Relationship)가 성립되지 않음을 알려 드립니다. 변호사의 조언 없이 저희가 세미나에서 드리는 정보만으로 어떤 판단을 하시면 안 되며, 법률 조언이 필요하신 경우 반드시 변호사 면허를 가진 법률전문가와 상의 하셔야 합니다.

A VISION FOR THE FUTURE

In 2012, June Lee, a partner at Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough, had a vision.  "I saw the growing number of young Korean American attorneys and law students in Georgia and wished they could have the mentorship that I lacked growing up in big law firms."  Going through her rolodex, she approached her friends, including two other Korean American big law partners: Han Choi, the first Asian American Managing Partner of a major law firm in Atlanta (Ballard Spahr), and Sun Choy (Freeman, Mathis & Gary). She also leveraged the energy and creativity of Sara Hamilton (Hunton & Williams) and the selfless devotion of Helen Kim Ho, executive director of Asian Americans Advancing Justice Atlanta, the first Asian American non-profit legal advocacy center in Georgia.  These five founding members became the original KABA-GA Board.  Towery recalls, "I will never forget the bright eyes of the 30+ young Korean Americans gathered at our inaugural event.  From then on, the rest of you just took it to a level I never dreamed we could reach in such a short time.  It is proof that we were all hungry for a place to gather, to give and receive support to achieve the greatest heights and fulfillment in our chosen career path.  As they say, the rest is history--and all of you are making it happen."

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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