Mixer for law students interested in applying for KPA Scholarships and KPA members going to the 2018 International Criminal Law Conference in Seoul, Korea.
With the support of the Korean Consulate General in San Francisco, KPA begins to develop its Northern California Chapter.
If you are interested in a six month paid fellowship to work in Korea as a visiting scholar, please go to our Members Site for full description and application process. This is a tremendous opportunity to work and live in Korea as you learn about the Korean criminal law system. More importantly, you will be assisting the Korean prosecutors with those critical issues of the day/period. If you are a current KPA member and would like to speak with those who went through the program, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nominations for elections have been emailed out to KPA’s 2017 paid members. The deadline to vote electronically is Sunday, February 11, 2018.
Ms. Moon takes over Mr. Seungmo Koo’s position in Los Angeles. She will be with us for two years.
Nicole was appointed by KPA’s Board of Directors to lead and develop a future KPA chapter in Illinois.
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