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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Friday, November 13, 2015

U.S. Attorney Alicia Limtiaco Attends 2015 NAPABA Convention

          ALICIA A.G. LIMTIACO, U.S. Attorney for the Districts of Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands (NMI), was invited to participate as a panel member at the 2015 National Asian Pacific American Bar Association (NAPABA) Convention which was held on November 3-6, 2015 in New Orleans.  U.S. Attorney Florence Nakakuni for the District of Hawaii and U.S. Attorney Carter Stewart for the Southern District of Ohio were also invited as panel members. The panel was entitled, “U.S. Attorney Roundtable:  Understanding The Federal Prosecutor,” and described as follows:  Post-financial crisis, government regulators have placed renewed focus on criminal and civil enforcement.  Federal prosecutions and regulatory actions are among the most challenging matters affecting your company or law firm.  Successful resolution of these cases requires an understanding of the thinking and motivation of the federal regulator prosecuting your case.  In an inaugural panel for NAPABA, U.S. Attorneys Carter Stewart (S.D. Ohio), Florence Nakakuni (D. Hawaii) and Alicia Limtiaco (D. Guam, D. NMI) will discuss the process, and the factors they consider, in initiating and resolving cases handled in their district.  The panelists will also discuss their backgrounds, management policies, and developments at the Department of Justice.

          NAPABA is the national voice for the Asian Pacific American legal profession.  They promote justice, equity, and opportunity for Asian Pacific Americans.  They foster professional development, legal scholarship, advocacy and community involvement.  Since its inception in 1988, NAPABA has been at the forefront of national and local activities in the areas of civil rights, combating anti-immigrant backlash and hate crimes, increasing the diversity of the federal and state judiciaries, and professional development.   

          NAPABA represents the interests of over 40,000 attorneys and approximately 70 national, state, and local bar associations.  Its members include solo practitioners, large firm lawyers, corporate counsel, legal services and non-profit attorneys, and lawyers serving at all levels of government.  NAPABA engages in legislative and policy advocacy, promotes APA political leadership and political appointments, and builds coalitions within the legal profession and the community at large.  NAPABA also serves as a resource for government agencies, members of Congress, and public service organizations about APAs in the legal profession, civil rights, and diversity in the courts.

 

Photos taken at the Convention:         

Picture of U.S. Attorney Alicia Limtiaco with U.S. Attorney Carter Stewart from the Southern District of Ohio and U.S. Attorney Florence Nakakuni from the District of Hawaii

U.S. Attorney Alicia Limtiaco with U.S. Attorney Carter Stewart from the Southern District of Ohio and U.S. Attorney Florence Nakakuni from the District of Hawaii

Picture of U.S. Attorney Alicia Limtiaco with NAPABA 2015 President Jin Y. Hwang

U.S. Attorney Alicia Limtiaco with NAPABA 2015 President Jin Y. Hwang

Picture of U.S. Attorney Alicia Limtiaco with U.S. Department of Justice Community Relations Service Director Grand H. Lum

U.S. Attorney Alicia Limtiaco with U.S. Department of Justice Community Relations Service Director Grand H. Lum

 

Topic(s): 
Community Outreach
Updated December 13, 2016