On February 19, 2021 from 1:00-3:30pm ET, the Asian-Pacific American Bar Association of Indiana is hosting its annual CLE program virtually. To learn more and register, please see this page.
The event will explore legal and policy issues relating to race and higher education and will focus on alleged racial discrimination in admissions decisions at institutions of higher learning, specifically, Students for Fair Admission v. Harvard and the Department of Justice's lawsuit against Yale.
Asheesh Agarwal, Deputy General Counsel at TechFreedom and ABAPA-IN board member, will moderate a panel that includes:
- Debo Adegbile, Partner, WilmerHale, counsel to Harvard University
- John Daukas, former Acting Assistant Attorney General for the Department of Justice’s Civil Rights Division
- Wen Fa, Lawyer, Pacific Legal Foundation; author of PLF's amicus brief in the Harvard case
- Jin Hee Lee, Senior Deputy Director of Litigation at NAACP Legal Defense Fund.
Mark Kittaka and Michael Durham, both partners at Barnes & Thornburg, will then discuss anticipated enforcement developments during the Biden administration.
Indiana CLE will be offered and registration is free.