Premiere of Federation of Asian-Canadian Lawyers of BC’s Mini Documentary “But I Look Like a Lawyer” on November 5, 2021 at 12:30PM On Zoom
KMK Law is pleased to announce the participation of Audrey Jun in the mini-documentary, “But I Look Like a Lawyer”, which will premiere as a Zoom event on Friday, November 5, 2021, from 12:30 to 1:30PM.
All members of the legal community, whether law students or senior members of the bar or judiciary, are invited to attend. The documentary, which is produced by the Federation of Asian-Canadian Lawyers of British Columbia (FACL BC), is an open look at and discussion of the bias, stereotyping and discrimination that members of the Pan Asian legal community have faced.
The documentary also highlights and brings renewed attention to “But I Was Wearing a Suit” and its Part II, which was spearheaded by members of the Indigenous legal community, including Justice Ardith (Walpetko We’dalx) Walkem, whose generosity and guidance was greatly appreciated during the making of this essential discussion.
KMK Law is Committed to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
KMK Law views “But I Look Like a Lawyer” as an important step towards greater diversity and inclusiveness.
We are pleased to offer our support to FACL BC as it highlights the need for this discussion and the path to a more inclusive future.
How to View “But I Look Like A Lawyer”
Please visit FACL BC’s website to learn more about its mandate and its mini documentary, “But I Look Like a Lawyer”
You can register to view the premiere of the documentary on Zoom with this link:
There is no registration fee.