AGG Privacy Associate Kim Phan led a Capitol Hill tour on May 9, 2012, for attorneys who belong to the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association (NAPABA).
Ms. Phan, a member of Arnall Golden Gregory's Privacy Practice Group and Government Affairs and Public Policy Practice Team, helped coordinate NAPABA's Annual Lobby Day.
On Lobby Day, NAPABA attorney members nationwide meet with members of Congress and their staff to discuss diversity issues, such as racial profiling, judicial nominations, human trafficking, and the impact of voter identification requirements on minority populations.
Ms. Phan, who works out of AGG's Washington DC office, is a familiar face on The Hill, as she frequently makes introductions to members of Congress and key staff members.
On Tuesday evening, May 8, 2012, Ms. Phan attended the 18th Annual Asian Pacific American Institute for Congressional Studies Awards Dinner in Washington. President Barack Obama was to deliver the opening remarks.
Promoting diversity in the workplace and community is a key initiative of AGG, which has an active Diversity Committee of more than 20 attorneys and staff members.
Ms. Phan's practice focuses on counseling clients regarding federal legislative and regulatory compliance matters. She helps clients engage with congressional offices and executive agencies, such as the Federal Trade Commission and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.