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Color of Justice

Color of Justice is a program for 7th-12th grade students to learn about our justice system and to get exposure to state and federal judges and lawyers.  Lawyers and judges put on a mock trial, and the students act as jurors who decide whether the accused is guilty or innocent.  The goal of the Color of Justice is to expose and encourage underserved and minority students to pursue careers in the law.

APABA-VA hosts the NAPABA SouthEast Regional Conference in Arlington, Virginia at the Key Bridge Marriott.

New Member Happy Hour at SER Restuarant, Arlington, VA

SER Restaurant in Arlington, Virginia

APABA-VA Table at Virginia State Bench Bar Dinner

Join the APABA-VA table at the Bar Conference Dinner in Richmond, Virginia

Lobby Day

Virginia Lobby Day sponsored by the Virginia Coalition for Diversity in the Justice System.

Color of Justice

Co-Sponsor the Color of Justice Program with other Virginia bar association.

Volunteer Event

Volunteer Event: Immigration Naturalization Workship with Virginia State Bar Young Lawyers Conference.

Lunar New Year Celebration

Celebrating the Lunar New Year with other the co-hosts of APABA-DC, APABA-MD, KABA, and VABA.

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