THE GAPABA LAW FOUNDATION

THE TRINH HUYNH FELLOWSHIP


In May 2017, the GAPABA Law Foundation established the inaugural Trinh Huynh Fellowship to commemorate the legacy of one of GAPABA's most ardent community activists and former board members. With the generous support of Alston & BirdThe Coca Cola Company, and UPS the initial fellowship will be awarded -- in partnership with Asian Americans Advancing Justice Atlanta -- to recent law school graduates whose focus is on impact litigation in the public interest arena to benefit Georgia's Asian American community. Please help us continue her important work by donating to the Trinh Huynh Fellowship Fund.


Qualified attorneys who are interested in applying for the Fellowship, click HERE.


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You may also send a check payable to the "GAPABA Law Foundation" to our Treasurer:


Steven Wong

GAPABA Treasurer 2017

c/o The Home Depot

2455 Paces Ferry Rd., Ste. C-20

Atlanta, GA 30339

GLF@gapaba.org



The GAPABA Law Foundation was organized as the 501(c)(3) non-profit arm of GAPABA, with the mission of providing charitable and educational services for Georgia's Asian Pacific American legal community.  GLF has awarded grants to support internships and now fellowships at the Georgia Asylum and Immigration Network (GAIN) and Asian Americans Advancing Justice Atlanta.


For 2017 - 2018, the Foundation's Chair is Chong J. Kim, Principal of the Law Office of Chong Kim, and its 2 Vice Chairs are Robert "Bobby" K. Woo, Partner at King & Spalding, and Tara Adyanthaya,  Principal of TLA Healthcare Ethics Consulting & Mediation, LLC.

The GLF BOARD 2017 - 2018


 Chair  Vice Chair  Vice Chair
     
 Chong J. Kim
Law Office of Chong Kim

 Robert "Bobby" Woo
King & Spalding

Tara Adyanthaya
TLA Healthcare Ethics
Consulting & Mediation, LLC


  • The Hon. Carla Wong McMillian, Georgia Court of Appeals, GAPABA President
  • Cherish Dela Cruz, De La Cruz Law, GAPABA President-Elect
  • Steven Wong, The Home Depot, Treasurer
  • The Honorable Alvin T. Wong, State Court of DeKalb County
  • Chris Chan, Eversheds Sutherland
  • Ed Sohn, Thomson Reuters
  • Bonnie Youn, The RMN Agency
GLF GRANT RECIPIENTS
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE ORGANIZATIONS WE SPONSOR


Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Atlanta (formerly Asian American Legal Advocacy Center or AALAC) is the first non-profit law center dedicated to Asian immigrants and refugees (“Asian Americans”) in the Southeast. 
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The Georgia Asylum & Immigration Network (GAIN) was founded to provide quality pro bono legal representation to asylum seekers and immigrant victims of human trafficking, domestic violence, sexual assault and other crimes through direct representation and pro bono referrals.

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