South Asian Bar
Association of Chicago

 

Serving Chicagoland's South Asian Community

About the South Asian Bar Association of Chicago

The South Asian Bar Association (SABA) of Chicago was established on September 13, 2000, when it held its inaugural reception in the James Parsons Ceremonial Courtroom at the federal courthouse in Chicago.

The Honorable Marvin E. Aspen, Chief Judge of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, administered the oath of office to the SABA Chicago’s officers and directors.

Since that reception, the officers and directors of SABA Chicago have actively engaged in steering the association to serve the South Asian community.

Over this past year, the SABA Chicago leadership set three goals for the immediate future:

  • To establish a formal membership to the association, wherein membership benefits, amongst others, would include being listed in the SABA Chicago Membership directory;
  • To organize a formal mentoring program for South Asian law students; and
  • To organize various media and events through which its membership can communicate with each other as well as the South Asian community.