The Federation of Asian Canadian Lawyers BC (FACL BC) is pleased to invite you to join us at our inaugural benefit banquet on Tuesday, June 6 at the Seasons in the Park from 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM.
Join us for an evening of celebration and networking, limited to only 30 seats to ensure an intimate and exclusive atmosphere. Network and connect with some of the most influential and respected legal professionals, business professionals, community leaders and advocates for Asian Canadians.
As our guest, you will have a unique opportunity to hear from and connect with our keynote speakers, who are true icons in our community and will share their invaluable insights and experiences.
Tickets for the benefit banquet are limited and are available at $450 per seat. All proceeds go towards supporting our initiatives and programs that champion equality, justice, and opportunity for the Asian Canadian community.
Don't miss your chance to be part of this event, as seats are limited. Secure your seat today and join us for an unforgettable evening of celebration, generosity and philanthropy.
- The Honourable Niki Sharma, K.C., Attorney General of British Columbia
- Carol Lee, Founder of the Vancouver Chinatown Foundation
Guests with dietary restrictions must email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange alternative food options before May 30.
About FACL BC
The Federation of Asian Canadian Lawyers (British Columbia) Society is a diverse coalition of Asian Canadian legal professionals working to promote equity, justice, and opportunity for Asian Canadian legal professionals and the wider community.
Founded in 2011, FACL BC is the largest equity-seeking bar association in British Columbia with over 500 members ranging from judges, partners, associates, in-house counsel, academics and law students and is affiliated with other FACL chapters across Canada and National Asian Pacific American Bar Association (NAPABA) in the United States, which represents over 60,000 lawyers.
FACL BC was also the winner of the 2022 Clawbies award for Best Podcast and the 2021 Clawbies award for Best Innovative Project for our ground-breaking documentary, “But I Look Like a Lawyer”, which captures stories of the discrimination, stereotyping and bias experienced by members of the Pan-Asian legal community. Our documentary was also selected for the 26th Annual Vancouver Asian Film Festival and has been screened across Canada and the United States.