Reflecting on Race, Law and White Supremacy
Wednesday, November 1 at 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Western State College of Law
1 Banting, Irvine, California 92618
Reflecting on Race, Law and White Supremacy: Asian-American & Muslim-American Experiences
Join us for a conversation on the relationship between race and the law, with a particular focus on the past experiences of Asian-American communities and the present challenges facing Muslim-Americans. Prof. Neil Gotanda’s groundbreaking scholarship in the area of Asian American Jurisprudence and his current work on the racialization of Muslim-Americans will foreground this discussion, which will take place during his last semester teaching at Western State before entering retirement.
- Prof. Neil Gotanda, Professor of Law, WSCL
- The Hon. Halim Dhanidina, Judge, Los Angeles Superior Court
- Laboni Hoq, Esq., Director of Litigation, Advancing Justice
- Prof. Jennifer Koh, Prof. of Law & Dir. of Immigration Clinic, WSCL
Wednesday, Nov. 1, 6:30-8PM
Western State College of Law – Moot Court Room
1 Banting, Irvine, CA 92618
1 CLE Credit (Elimination of Bias) for CA Attorneys!
Free and Open to Public. Light refreshments provided.
Co-sponsored by Asian Americans Advancing Justice, Muslim Public Affairs Council, Muslim Bar Association of Southern California, Orange County Asian American Bar Association, Vietnamese American Bar Association of Southern California, Japanese American Bar Association, Orange County Korean American Bar Association, Filipino-American Lawyers of Orange County, WSCL Immigration Clinic, WSCL Asian Pacific American Law Students Association