A new study sponsored by the American Bar Foundation and National Asian Pacific American Bar Association,”A Portrait of Asian American in the Law 2.0: Identity and Action in Challenging Times,” authored by Tyler Dang, Katherine Fang, Benji Lu, Michael Tayag, and Goodwin Liu, follows up on a 2017 study of a similar nature. Surveying Asian American attorneys, the study looked into law school enrollment, career advancement, and political participation, revealing insights about how Asian American lawyers factored in how value systems and a desire to change society, the ranks of Asian Americans in top legal positions, and more.
Liu, who is an associate justice on the California Supreme Court, is also a senior research fellow with the Center on the Legal Profression.
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