On Tuesday LGN Associate Eura Chang participated in a panel discussion at the Twin Cities Diversity in Practice (“TCDIP”) General Members Meeting. Eura and her co-panelists spoke about the importance of TCDIP’s 1L Clerkship program, which is open to all first year law students. LGN has participated in this program, in partnership with the Metropolitan Council, for several years and we are thrilled to have met and worked with many wonderful law students, including Eura who joined us as an associate after she graduated from the University of Minnesota School of Law in 2022. Congratulations, Eura!
LGN was proud to sponsor Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity’s Black Tie and Hard Hat Gala this past weekend and clearly, LGNers Jess Lindeen, Amos Briggs, Kevin Matzek, and Eura Chang were thrilled to attend (photobooth & all!) We have the privilege of representing Twin Cities Habitat at the Capitol and supporting their work to meaningfully address Minnesota’s racial homeownership gap and advance Black homeownership. As part of this work, Twin Cities Habitat advocated for a new $100 million First Generation Down Payment Assistance Program that will begin this summer.
LGN Attorney Eura Chang recently interviewed Chief Judge Nannette Jolivette Brown of the US District Court of the Eastern District of Louisiana. The interview was conducted as part of the Federal Bar Association's Diversity & Inclusion Judicial Spotlight.
To learn more about Chief Judge Brown, and to read the full interview, follow this link.
LGN Summer Associate Eura Chang joined Judge Juan Hoyos, and University of Minnesota Professor Carol Chomsky to discuss why now is the time to re-examine the bar exam as the exclusive way for students and newer attorneys to become licensed in Minnesota. The moderated discussion was part of the Hennepin County Bar Association’s Diversity and Inclusion Committee’s CLE Series on Racial Equity and Justice.
LGN Law Clerk Eura Chang was recently featured in the Minnesota Law Review’s Issue 2. Eura's Note focuses on the racially disparate impacts of the bar exam and how willful blindness to the bar exam’s disparate impacts is condoned in part by two legal doctrines that protect decision-makers from legal accountability—absolute immunity doctrine and an uncompromisingly limited interpretation of the Fourteenth Amendment.Read more
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