Join AABA


●  Networking with other attorneys through events and participating in committees.

●  Free MCLE courses, including Legal Ethics, Elimination of Bias, and Competence Issues requirements.

●  Participation in the Mentor-Mentee Program and community service projects.

●  Updates on current events and programs in the Bay Area legal community through our emails.

●  Free affiliate membership to the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association. Please email us for the code.

AABA memberships follow the calendar year and are current until December 31 each year. Memberships will expire on December 31, 2017. Renew before then to maximize membership benefits for 2018.
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What benefits do I get as a Sustaining Member?

Sustaining Members receive special recognition on our website for their support. Every Monday, we feature one sustaining member on our Facebook Page as part of Member Mondays. Sustaining members also get invitation to exclusive events.

How do I renew?

Please login to your account here. If you need to reset your password, you can do so here as well. Contact membership@aaba-bay.com for questions on your account.

When does my membership expire?

AABA memberships expire on December 31 each year. You will need to renew before December 31 of the current year to maximize membership benefits for the following year. For example, if you do not renew by December 31, 2017, your membership will not be active in 2018. To find out when your current membership expires, enter your user name and password in the Member Login page. If you paid for membership with a credit card after November 1, 2016, your membership automatically renews after every 1 year period. If you would prefer not to renew, you can log into your account and cancel the automatic renewal at any time up until the renewal date. 

AABA is a 501(c)(6) tax-exempt organization.  Contributions or gifts to AABA are not tax deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes.  However, membership dues may be tax deductible as ordinary and necessary business expenses subject to the following restriction:  the non-deductible percentage of these dues for lobbying is 1%.  This portion of your dues is not deductible for federal income tax purposes.

Questions?

Should you have questions concerning your membership, send an e-mail to: aaba.bayarea@gmail.com.


Katherine T. Asada 
Hon. Michael Isaku Begert
Hon. Tracie Brown
William Chan
Shitel Chanana 
Francesca Chang 
Hon. Andrew Y.S. Cheng 
Diane Chin 
Michelle Park Chiu
Claire Choo
Annie Y.S. Chuang     
Kristy Young Coleman 
Pankit Doshi 
Hon. Samuel Feng 
Kevin M. Fong 
Marc Fong
Hon. Keith Fudenna 
Hon. Margaret J. Fujioka 
Carin T. Fujisaki 
Hon. Delbert C. Gee 
Deepak Gupta 
Joan M. Haratani 
Hon. Dennis Hayashi
Hon. Joni Hiramoto
Hon. Victor Hwang
Sinclair Hwang
Christopher Jeu
Michelle Jew
Jenny Jin
Christopher Kao 
Hon. Ken Kawaichi
Miriam Kim 
Terri Ann Kim
Alyssa Koo
Hon. Sunil Kulkarni
Susan Kumagai
Cindy Lee 

Celia Lee
Eumi Lee
Jack W. Lee
Jason E. Lee
Jeannie Lee
Jennifer Lee
Susan F. Lee
Jennifer Liu 
Allan E. Low 
Wesley M. Lowe
Dale Minami 
Michael K. Ng 
Christine Noma 
John O'Grady
Keum Park
Paul R. Perdue
Richard D. Pio Roda 
Edwin Prather 
Dorothy Chou Proudfoot
Jonathan H. Rossi
Marina Sarmiento Feehan
David Sohn
Julie D. Soo
Irene Takahashi
Paul Tanaka 
John C. Tang 
Darren S. Teshima 
Theodore Ting 
David J. Tsai 
Adonica Wada
Phillip Wang
Darcey L. Wong 
Hon. Garrett L. Wong
Darryl Woo
Stanley Young
Jim W. Yu


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