Congratulations to Minami Tamaki attorney Suhi Koizumi on receiving a 2016 Unity Award from the Minority Bar Coalition! The Unity Award is given to members who have best shown a dedication to working in a unified manner to advance the cause of diversity in the legal profession.
Suhi received the award on November 19, 2016, at the Minority Bar Coalition Unity Awards event held at UC Hastings College of the Law. San Francisco Superior Court Judge Teri L. Jackson was the event’s keynote speaker. San Francisco Superior Court Judge Daniel A. Flores served as emcee.
The Minority Bar Coalition is a network of over 25 diverse bar associations dedicated to working in a unified manner to advance the cause of diversity in the legal profession. MBC does this by sharing best practices and resources in bar association programming and advocacy, finding issues of common cause, and building shared platforms.
Suhi recently served as the 2015-2016 President of the Korean American Bar Association of Northern California (KABANC). For three decades, KABANC has served the Korean American community and encouraged the professional growth of Korean American lawyers and law students in Northern California.