The panel will address issues around combatting the recent spate of violence against Asian Americans and immigrants across the United States. Topics to be covered include the definition of hate crimes, prosecution of such crimes, issues of interest to the Asian community, additional actions anticipated under the current President Biden administration and his proclamation on Anti-Asian bias, and the Supreme Court’s Korematsu decision.
Geoffrey A. Hoffman – Clinical Professor; Director, Immigration Clinic
Reika A. Nakayama - President, Asian Law Students Association
Justice Frances Bourliot, 14th Court of Appeals for the State of Texas
Sharad Khandelwal, Deputy Criminal Chief, Human Rights & Organized Crime Section
Gordon Quan, Immigration Attorney and Asian Community leader
Asian Law Students Association
University of Houston Law Center Diversity and Inclusion Committee
Approved for 1.5 Texas CLE Credits
The University of Houston is a Carnegie-designated Tier One research university and an EEO/AA institution.
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