ORANGE COUNTY KOREAN AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION
P.O. Box 16691, Irvine, CA 92623-6691
March 21, 2012
Dear Friends of our Community:
On behalf of the Orange County Korean American Bar Association (“OCKABA”), I would like to invite you
to our 7 Annual Community Law School Day (“CLS”). This is our signature event of the year which is to
be held on April 28, 2012 (Saturday) at Grace Ministries International, located in Vision Center Room
205A & 205B, 150 S. Brookhurst Road, Fullerton, CA 92833 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. It will consist
of seminars broken down into 30 minute sessions covering important legal topics, including, Social
Security Benefit Law, Landlord/Tenant Law, Immigration Law, Estate Planning Law, and Tax.
The sole purpose for the CLS is to simply educate the community about the basic laws that are commonly
faced in light of our current times. Too many times, members of OCKABA have experiences with clients
who come for legal help, but are already exposed to too much liability resulting in severe damages just
because they did not know the law which could have been easily avoided had someone told them about it.
To improve the quality of our justice system, and to be more efficient and to clarify any misunderstandings
that arise between people resulting in disputes, I feel that it is our responsibility as counselors of law to
teach people the basics of relevant laws that will prevent them from finding themselves in legal trouble.
The excuse that one did not know the law is never a valid defense. Legal knowledge is valuable and
precious and to have such knowledge will improve the quality of our justice system, save legal
catastrophe for many, and improve the overall quality of life for all. This is our vision.
With such vision in mind, I encourage you to come to our event and simply attend our seminars. It’s all
free and it’s all available to you for a good cause. Prizes will be awarded for those who receive the
highest score in our seminar quizzes. We will also raffle off one Grand Prize for those attendees who
stay for the entire day!
If you want to take part in this project by way of sponsorship, please take a look at the enclosed
sponsorship package which includes sign-up forms that can be faxed/mailed to us to confirm your
participation. For further information, please contact our Vice President of Community Services,
Youngsun Park at 949-757-0014 or myself at 951-684-2171 (Ext. 8302). I thank you in advance for your
interest and contributions towards our Community Law School day!
I look forward to partnering with you for this excellent cause. Remember, knowledge is power.
Very Truly Yours,
By Eugene Kim,
ABOUT US: Orange County Korean American Bar Association
OC KABA was established in November 2005 to promote networking among minority attorneys, to provide effective legal counsel to
the local Orange County community, to serve the Korean American community's legal needs with pro bono services, to promote the
appointment of Korean American judges, and to assist law students in making the transition into full-time law practice. There are
currently 20 attorneys on the OC KABA Board of Directors and there are about 200-250 Korean American attorneys registered in