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Melissa Pang Elected President-Elect of APABA-PA Board of Directors

December 8, 2017

Melissa Pang has been elected President-Elect of the Asian Pacific American Bar Association of Pennsylvania's (APABA-PA) Board of Directors. She will serve a one-year term in the position, beginning January 1, 2018. 

Melissa has been a member of the APABA-PA since 2010 and has served on the board since 2015. This year, Melissa served as Vice President of the APABA-PA and co-chaired the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association Northeast Regional Conference, which was hosted by the APABA-PA in Philadelphia. In October, Melissa spoke on behalf of the APABA-PA at Philadelphia City Councilman David Oh's rally to end discrimination related to the 11pm Ordinance. Her involvement in the APABA-PA also includes chairing the 2016 Lunar Banquet, and participation on the Law Student Outreach Committee and the Annual Banquet Committee. 

The APABA-PA is a non-profit organization founded in 1984 to serve a wide network of Asian Pacific American attorneys in Pennsylvania, Northern Delaware and Southern New Jersey. It is dedicated to the advancement of its members and the Asian American community.

Melissa is an associate in the Corporate and Securities and International Transactions and Disputes Practice Groups. She concentrates her practice in the areas of general corporate, transactional and securities law matters.

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