Category Archives: Diversity @ BASF

Bay Area Diversity Career Fair Brings Together 500+ Law Students with 55+ Employers for 1,100 Interviews

This summer, more than fifty employers conducted 1,100 interviews with more than 500 second-year law students from across the nation at BASF’s Twelfth Annual Bay Area Diversity Career Fair, cosponsored…

Two Law Students Awarded Bay Area Minority Law Student Scholarships

The Justice & Diversity Center (JDC) of The Bar Association of San Francisco recently announced the recipients of its 2016 Bay Area Minority Law Student Scholarships. Thanks to the generosity…

Seeking Volunteer Mock Trial Coaches

The Justice & Diversity Center (JDC) is seeking volunteer attorneys to serve as Mock Trial coaches for 2016-2017 Mock Trial Program. The Mock Trial program is an inter-scholastic competition where high school…

LGBTQ Partners and Associates Reception

Summer in the City – Diversity Receptions More than 50 guests attended the LGBTQ Partners and Associates Diversity Reception hosted by Trucker Huss on June 29. The reception was co-sponsored…

Seeking New Solos!

Community Law Practice Incubator Start Your Own Practice − Serve the Community Are you or someone you know interested in starting a solo practice? Apply now to participate in the…

2013 Scholarship Recipients Preparing for the Bar and Their Future

We are pleased to provide an update on three Bay Area Minority Law Student Scholarship recipients who graduated from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law in May…

School-To-College: The First Step to Increasing Diversity in the Legal Profession [Infographic]

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Panelists Aim to Inspire Diverse Students to Think About a Legal Career

More than 15 students attended a Destination Law School panel presentation at San Francisco State University. The panel presentation was organized in partnership with San Francisco State University’s Equal Opportunity…

Former Scholarship Recipient Takes on Clerkships

2011 Bay Area Minority Law Student Scholarship recipient Antonio Ingram, Morrison & Foerster, will be clerking for the United States District Court, Eastern District of Louisiana with Judge Ivan Lemelle…

LGBT Battle for Equality Goes Beyond the Altar

Stan Sarkisov Almost fifty years after the first same-sex couple was denied a marriage license in California, last year Obergefell v. Hodges codified a fundamental right to marry a person…