SABA San Diego stands in solidarity with the Afghan people in the face of escalating humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan.
For those seeking to advocate and support Afghans in need of assistance, here are some of the ways you can help: Women for Afghan Women, the largest women’s group in […]
SABA San Diego is proud to have joined with NAPABA and a dozen other APA bar organizations throughout the 9th Circuit in supporting the nomination of Jennifer Sung for an […]
SABA San Diego applauds the Governor’s decision to appoint Euketa Oliver to the San Diego Superior Court.
On July 12, 2021, at 4 p.m., Euketa Oliver, Past President of the Earl B. Gilliam Bar Foundation and former Public Defender, was sworn as judge to the San Diego […]
SABA-SD President Tarina Mand spoke at the City Council Committee meeting to let Councilmembers know that SABA-SD will fight for an independent police review Commission that is true to Measure B and meets the community’s needs and expectations.
On June 21, 2021, the City posted the draft Ordinance for the Commission on Police Practices. The draft Ordinance turns the Commission into an ineffective review board like the former […]
We congratulate Honorable CJ Mody, the first South Asian American to take a seat on the San Diego Superior Court
Congratulations to Honorable CJ Mody, the first South Asian American to take a seat on the San Diego Superior Court. SABA-SD President Tarina Mand moderated a conversation between Judge Mody, [...]
We urge Senator Mitch McConnell to swiftly confirm Shireen Matthews to the United States District Court for the Southern District of California. Read our letter here.
Our support to certify Imagine Reporting as a Women Minority Business Enterprise. Read the document here.