THE LEGAL HISTORY OF LGBTQ RIGHTS
Friday, August 31, 2018
Portland City Grill
111 SW 5th Avenue 30th Floor | Mt. Hood/Adams Room | Portland, Oregon
Please join us for an engaging lunch time discussion with Mia Yamamoto. Mia Yamamoto is a leader and inspiration in the Asian Pacific American and Japanese American communities, the LGBTQ community, and the legal community. Born inside a Japanese American concentration camp during World War II, Ms. Yamamoto’s journey to took her to serve in the United States Army during Vietnam, to UCLA Law School where she co-founded the Asian Pacific American Law Students Association, to a thriving criminal defense practice, to her struggle with gender dysphoria, and to her eventual transition to Mia. We are delighted and inspired to have Mia join us and share her experiences and perspectives on the history of LBGTQ rights.
~ OAPABA Members $45
~ Non-OAPABA Members $60
~ Lawyers in First 3 Years of Practice/Students $25
Space is limited.
Please register on OAPABA’s website or click here.
Thank you to our specialty bar co-sponsors: OGALLA, Oregon Filipino Lawyers Association, Oregon Hispanic Bar Association, Oregon Minority Lawyers Association, and Oregon Women Lawyers