The Bar Association of San Francisco (BASF) and the Justice and Diversity Center of the Bar Association of San Francisco (JDC) representatives were featured in the media on a variety of topics in August, including taxpayer clinics, working in nonprofits and immigration.
Here’s the roundup of what you may have missed:
- Amy Spivey discusses attending a tax meeting for the first time, learning about pro bono work, running a low-income taxpayer clinic, and more on the ABA People in Tax podcast.
- Gloria Chun talks about leaving private practice and moving to nonprofit work with Charles H. Jung of the Asian American Bar Association
- Ilyce Shugall pens an op-ed column in the Los Angeles Times on why she resigned as an immigration judge and now works for JDC.