Upcoming Events​​​

  • Annual MBC Mixer & BBQ

   When: 08/25/16 @ 5:30PM
   Where: Everett & Jones in Oakland      - 126 Broadway


AAPA is proud to endorse AAPA members Jennifer Madden and David Lim in their respective judicial races for seats in Alameda Superior Court.  To learn more about these two well-qualified judicial candidates, please visit their websites at: 



JOB OPENINGS at the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Central District of California.  The US Attorney's Office is interested is hiring experienced attorneys for five Assistant U.S. Attorney positions in the office’s Criminal and National Security Divisions.  AUSAs in these divisions prosecute federal cases in the Central District of California and advise federal law enforcement agents on  investigations, present cases to the grand jury, try cases before the United States District Court, and represent the United States in criminal appeals before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.

Attorneys seeking a position as an AUSA should complete the PDF application found at https://www.justice.gov/usao-cdca/employment/attorneyslawyers and create a second PDF containing a cover letter to the attention of First Assistant United States Attorney Patrick R. Fitzgerald, resume, law school transcript, and brief writing sample (preferably 10 pages or less). Please include the cover letter, resume, law school transcript, and writing sample in a single pdf in that order.Please be sure to indicate preferred Division(s) and office(s) and all jurisdictions in which admitted to practice law.

The two PDFs should be e-mailed to USACAC.AUSAHiring@usdoj.gov.  This position is open until filled, but applications will be considered on a rolling basis until Sept 1.  No telephone calls please.

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AAPA is a statewide, non-profit, professional organization that is dedicated to promoting justice and to advancing the interests of prosecutors of Asian heritage. Prominent amongst these interests is the advocacy of victims’ rights within the community that the Association serves, as the Association recognizes that many victims of Asian descent have unique needs, as dictated by cultural and language barriers. In so doing, AAPA strives to highlight public safety concerns and court access issues, while advocating for fairness, equality and justice for the community at large. Finally, AAPA seeks to empower all prosecutors through education, training and networking with varying members of the legal, judicial and law enforcement communities.


  • COMMUNITY: To educate the Asian American community regarding the criminal justice system with the central focus on victims’ rights as provided in the Constitution; to reach out to the community, and to provide a forum for communicating the community’s needs and concerns.
  • JUSTICE: To advocate fairness, professionalism, equality and justice for all parties involved in the criminal justice system, as a just system would promote a just society.
  • ADVOCACY: To promote, strengthen and support the roles of Asian Americans in all aspects of law enforcement by collaborating with community leaders, law enforcement, victim’s rights advocates and concerned citizens.​
  • EDUCATION: To provide training, both academic and practical, concerning a wide variety of law enforcement-related topics, relevant laws, and trial strategies; to develop an information network relevant to the needs of Asian American law enforcement personnel; and to seek out, encourage and support Asian American law students and attorneys interested in pursuing careers in law enforcement.

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