2016 Community Service Award Scholarship Banquet Honoring Tucson Attorney Dev Sethi
BE THERE OR BE SQUARE!!! The Arizona Minority Bar Association's Community Service Award Scholarship Dinner Banquet takes place FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 2016 at the JW MARRIOTT STARR PASS Resort. It will include a cocktail/networking hour starting at 5:30pm, 7:00pm dinner, and casual after-banquet hangout by the fire pits on the large Starr Pass patio.
Tickets are $100/pp. Tables are $1,000/table (with special recognition in the evening's program). If you purchase a ticket and pay for a membership at the same time, you will enjoy 50% off your annual membership dues. Please see the PayPal buttons below regarding purchasing options.
Payment by check is also acceptable. Please mail a check with the names of attendee(s) to:
P.O. Box 409
Tucson, Arizona 85701
Further, enjoy a reduced room rate if you who would like to come, stay, and play with AMBA. The rate is $249/nt with the resort fee included (normal rates are $359/nt plus $29 resort fee). Stays can be booked by calling 1-877-622-3140 and referencing “AMBA” or through this link: https://resweb.passkey.com/go/ArizonaMinorityBarAssociation.
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Welcome to the Arizona Minority Bar Association (AMBA). AMBA was developed to further the interest, education and advancement of racial and ethnic minorities in law-related areas. AMBA was also developed to advance the awareness and availability of legal services specifically targeting racial and ethnic minorities and legal issues that impact such communities. Our goal with the annual banquet is to raise much-needed money for scholarships that support law students from underrepresented backgrounds and to promote diversity in the legal community.
Recent Past Events:
2016 NAKAMURA JUDICIAL WORKSHOP: The Nakamura Judicial Workshop took place on FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 2016 at 12PM at the University of Arizona Rogers College of Law. This workshop provided a look into life as a judicial officer and the judicial merit selection process. It included presentations by judges and merit selection commission members. It provided a total of 3 CLE hours. The Arizona Minority Bar Association (AMBA) wass the featured sponsor, and other sponsors included Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie, Kinerk Schmidt & Sethi, and PCBA. Below are the materials for attendees' use.
AMBA STUDENT-MENTORING PROGRAM: AMBA initiated a student mentor program allowing lawyers to work with a student while providing total flexibility to accommodate the lawyer's schedule and preferred time commitment. This program allows the attorney anything from a one-time visit to a regularly-designated meeting or a meeting occurring two-to-three times per year. The program also provides students an opportunity to observe lawyers at a court hearing/trial and, preferably, allows the student to visit a law office or other location of the lawyer's choosing. Lawyers will be paired with students from City High School located in downtown Tucson. City High has a diverse student body of which half would be the first in their families to go to college. City High will transport the students to and from the Court or location of the meeting. If you would like to learn more about the opportunity or volunteer, please contact Hon. Leslie B. Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org or (520) 724-9417.
2015 Scholarship Banquet Honorees Hon. Ruth McGregor, Arizona Supreme Court Chief Justice (ret.) and Justice at Stake
2014 Scholarship Honoree Hon. Terri Chandler, Arizona Superior Court Judge (ret.)
2013 Scholarship Honorees Girl Scouts of Southern Arizona's Beyond Bars Program and Florence Immigrants and Refugees Rights Project
We thank all of those who attended our 2013 Scholarship Banquet, honoring the Girl Scouts of Southern Arizona's Beyond Bars Program, and the Florence Immigrants and Refugees Rights Project.
Debbie Rich (l), Girl Scouts of Southern Arizona's Beyond Bars Program, and Lindsay Marshall (r), Florence Immigrants and Refugees Rights Project, accepted the awards on behalf of the honorees.