The Story of 'Towards Asian American Jurisprudence' and Its Implications for Latinas/os in American Law Schools
- Upbeat Approach Working. Choo, Kristin // ABA Journal;Nov99, Vol. 85 Issue 11, p70
Reveals the status of Asian American lawyers in the United States. Number of active Asian American lawyers; Employment; Attitude of Asian Pacific American lawyers; Impediments facing these breed of lawyers; How these lawyers cope.
- Living the American Dream. Suzuki, Peter M. // ABA Journal;Nov99, Vol. 85 Issue 11, p73
Highlights the success of Asian Pacific Americans in the legal profession in the United States. Number of Asian Pacific American lawyers, judges and law professors; Personal story of Harold H. Koh, assistant secretary for democracy, human rights and labor in the United States State Department;...
- White House Initiative Interim Report. // Chinese American Forum;Jan2001, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p47
Presents the Initiative Interim Report in the United States. Issuance of Executive Order 13125 by former President Bill Clinton; Establishment of the White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AA/PI) and the President's Advisory Commission on (AA/PI); Growth rate of AA/PI...
- Symbol of the Times. Wu, Frank H. // ABA Journal;Nov99, Vol. 85 Issue 11, p71
Profiles Bill Lann Lee, acting United States assistant attorney general for civil rights. Role of Asian Pacific Americans in the country's dialogue over race; Professional background; Family background; When Lee became the center of controversy; Where the objections to his candidacy was based...
- Political Myths Popular Among Asian Americans. Woo, S. B. // Chinese American Forum;Jan1999, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p26
The article discusses a commentary political myths that is popular to Asian Americans. The author presents his opinion on the myths that the creation of a political voice for a minority group can be made by electing a governor or a senator from the same minority group, that the percentage of...
- The Opinion Pages. Wu, Frank H. // Chinese American Forum;Jul2012, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p5
The author discusses the aspects of the racially-motivated beating death of Chinese American Vincent Chin on June 23, 1982, in Detroit, Michigan. He also focuses that the death of Chin become a catalyst for Asian-American activism and encouraged them to hate crime legislation. He also informs...
- Long Struggle for Justice. Chin, Rockwell // ABA Journal;Nov99, Vol. 85 Issue 11, p66
Highlights the role of Asian Pacific Americans in the civil rights struggles in the United States. Cases filed by these people; Race relations controversies; Information on the case Korematsu versus United States.
- Jurisprudence As An Undergraduate Study. Kocourek, Albert // California Law Review;May20, Vol. 8 Issue 4, p232
Discusses attitudes toward jurisprudence in legal education. Alternatives suggested by the attitude which is unwilling to admit it as an undergraduate law study; Uses of legal source books; Reasons for the negative opposition of the use of jurisprudence for law school purposes.
- The Squashy Foundations of Legal Education. ALLAN, JAMES // Quadrant Magazine;Jan/Feb2017, Vol. 61 Issue 1, p92
The article offers the author's insights on the state of legal education in Queensland. Topics discussed include the human rights resolutions from the International Criminal Court (ICC) and the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC), the quality of law schools in Brisbane, and the limited...