LAC is a Silver Annual Sponsor of Lawyers Club of San Diego. Lawyers Club is the largest specialty bar association in San Diego with more than 1,300 members of all genders, including attorneys at various public agencies, law firm managing and equity partners, retired and active federal and state judges, current and former U.S. Attorneys, current and former San Diego District Attorneys, San Diego Public Defenders, Federal Defenders of San Diego, as well as law firm associates, law students and others in the San Diego community who share our mission of advancing the status of women in the law and society.
LAC is a Bronze Member of the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce. The San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce is a nonprofit membership organization that helps provide a voice for San Diego businesses through advocacy, member-to-member connections and professional development. The Chamber leverages the political clout of the business community to enact business-friendly policies that support the region’s economic growth and creation of jobs. The Chamber is the largest on the West Coast, with 2,500 member businesses representing 300,000 employees.
Diana Vellos Coker is the Advocacy Director for the San Diego Chapter of NAWBO – the National Association of Women Business Owners. Founded in 1975, the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) is the unified voice of over 10 million women-owned businesses in the United States representing the fastest growing segment of the economy. With far-reaching clout and impact, NAWBO is a one-stop resource to propelling women business owners into greater economic, social and political spheres of power worldwide.
Claudia Martorell is selected to Chair the Social Security Administration and Department of Motor Vehicles liaison committee, Co-Chair the U.S. Consulate Tijuana, Committee, and part of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Committee for the San Diego Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association for the 2018-2019 term.
Fausta M. Albi to speak on “Immigrant Visa Consular Processing” at the 2018 AILA Annual Conference to be held in San Francisco, California from June 13 – 16, 2018
Diana Vellos Coker to speak on “Employment-Based Adjustment of Status Interviews” at the 2018 AILA California Chapters Conference
Diana Vellos Coker to speak on “Employment-Based Immigrant Visas” at the 2018 AILA Fundamentals Online Course
Diana Vellos Coker to speak on “Nonimmigrant Visa Fundamentals” at the 2018 AILA Annual Conference to be held in San Francisco from June 13-16, 2018
Diana Vellos Coker presents at UCSD’s Rady School of Management, February 2018
Claudia Martorell continues to serve on the liaison committee to the Mexican Consulate Advisory Committee of the San Diego Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association
Diana Vellos Coker continues to serve as an Ambassador for the American Immigration Council
Fausta M. Albi serves as the President of the Italian American Bar Association of San Diego
Fausta M. Albi continues to serve as a Board Member of the American Bar Association’s Immigration Justice Project
Fausta M. Albi serves as a Faculty Member for “Compliance and Enforcement Trends,” 30th Annual AILA California Chapters Conference, Hollywood, CA November 9 – 11, 2017
Michelle Garcia serves as a Coordinator for the 30th Annual AILA California Chapters Conference held in Hollywood, California from November 9 – 11, 2017
“Managing Intermittent Foreign Employees in the I-9 Context,” by Claudia Martorell is published by LawLogix on September 9, 2017
Amanda Mullane serves as a Faculty Member for “Labor Cert. 103: Audits, Supervised Recruitment, Denials, and Appeals,” at the 2017 AILA Annual Conference on Immigration Law held in New Orleans, Louisiana from June 21–24, 2017
Fausta M. Albi serves as a Faculty Member for “Introduction to H-1B Specialty Workers,” at the 2017 AILA Annual Conference on Immigration Law held in New Orleans, Louisiana from June 21–24, 2017
Fausta M. Albi presents “Immigration Updates: How Changing Policies Impact International Students and Scholars” at The Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla, California on February 14, 2017
Diana Vellos Coker is quoted in the San Diego Union Tribune: Green card policy change could affect San Diego biotech companies