A New Study Shows Asian-American Law School Enrollment Has Dropped More Than 40 Percent

By August 16

Yahoo News, 7/26/17

“It does mean that the growth of Asian-Americans going into the profession is going to be slower … so this is worrisome.” -Justice Goodwin Liu

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Law schools have Asian American students, so why aren’t there more Asian Judges?

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The Washington Post, 07/18/17

A study done by Yale states that Asian Americans are overrepresented in law schools and firms but fall behind other racial groups when it comes to attaining leadership roles in the legal profession.

“Asian American growth in the legal profession has been impressive but penetration into leadership ranks has been slow,” -Justice Goodwin Liu

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Schools target Asian parental expectations

By April 9

Santa Cruz Sentinel News, 4/9/16

In Palo Alto, propelled by clusters of teen suicides and evidence of student distress, school and community leaders have convened sensitive conversations to address parenting, expectations and a traditionally taboo topic — mental illness.

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