March 2016 Announcements

Did you know March Madness is not about college basketball? It’s about all the TABA Mixers going on this month! Come join us!


  1. Saturday, March 12th at 6:00 P.M. – TABA MIDWEST MIXER
    at Pops for Champagne in Downtown Chicago
  2. Wednesday, March 16th at 6:30 P.M. – TABA SOCIAL at Everson Royce Bar
    in Downtown Los Angeles
  3. Friday, April 29th at 6:00 P.M.- 2016 TABA INSTALLATION DINNER
    Location: The Charleston Haus, 1024 Santee Street, 3rd Floor, LA 90015
    Keynote Speaker: Dennise Willett, Senior Counsel and
    Chief of the United States Attorney’s Santa Ana Branch Office
  4. Renew your Membership today!!! TABA 2016 Membership Form is available at


  • TABA’s Executive Board invites its members to attend a mixer for Second Generation Thai American Professionals TOMORROW, March 9, 2016, at the Thai Consul General’s Residence in Los Angeles. If you can join us, please email for directions.
  • TABA supports APABA and its program, “Immigration Primer for Legal Clinic Volunteers” on April 5, 2015 from 6-9pm. MCLE credit may be available. The training is designed to provide basic introductory knowledge of immigration law and key topics for attorneys and volunteers in areas of law concerning citizenship, family-based immigration, asylum, relief for victims of domestic violence, trafficking, crimes and deportation, immigration fraud and the unauthorized practice of law. For more information please contact .
  • TABA helped to sponsor participants in last year’s NAPABA Lobby Day. The deadline to apply for NAPABA Lobby Day 2016, is April 13, 2016. Lobbying efforts will take place from May 23-24th. Scholarships are available for NAPABA members. Please contact for more information.


Interested in attending and supporting our sister bar associations’ dinners? Come join TABA’s representatives at the following dinners:

April 1 – JABA; April 8 – SCCLA; April 14 – SABA;
April 26 – OCAABA; April 28 – KABA; May 13 – APAWLA

TABA will subsidize 25% of the ticket price for up to five (5) attendees to the JABA, OCAABA and AAAJ-LA dinners. First come, first served. Please email


The Thai Community Development Center is looking to hire a Business Counselor to provide one-on-one business counseling, technical assistance, case management, outreach, and workshops for the Asian Pacific Islander Small Business Program. Candidates must have a Bachelor or Master Degree in Business Administration, Economics, Finance, or Urban Planning/Economic Development or 2-3 years of relevant experience. Candidates must also be bilingual in Thai and English. See flyer below for more information or email