SABA GB uses the annual dues that it receives to develop programs and activities of interest to the organization’s membership. We offer networking events, mentoring programs, career panels, and substantive discussions on legal programs. We invite you to join SABA GB. Become a SABA GB member online through our online membership management service. If you have any questions regarding registration, please contact Saraa Basaria at email@example.com. Read more.
I am honored to serve as president of SABA GB in 2016. Since our organization was founded, SABA GB has been committed to providing a voice for the South Asian community in the Greater Boston area and providing a support system for South Asian lawyers and law students. Thanks to our generous sponsors and supporters, SABA GB continues to accomplish those goals. Read more.
Know Your Rights!
SABA GB has organized the award-winning “Know Your Rights!” program (KYR) to help fulfill SABA GB’s commitment to community service and to serve as an integral part of the South Asian community in Massachusetts. Through KYR, South Asian community leaders attend ten, two-hour sessions on topics including employment law, consumer protection, criminal law, the court system and legislative process, family law and domestic violence, immigration, Social Security and disability law, Medicaid, and elder care. Read more.
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View photos from SABA GB’s 11th Annual Gala
SABA GB held its 11th Annual Gala & Awards Dinner on Dec. 9, 2015 at the Taj Boston. Aloke Chakravarty, Assistant U.S. Attorney for the District of Massachusetts, delivered the keynote address. The full gallery of images is here.
SABA GB lends a helping hand at Rosie’s Place
SABA GB joined the Massachusetts LGBTQ Bar Association in serving a meal to the women of Rosie’s Place on Saturday, Dec. 12, 2015. Rosie’s Place is located at 889 Harrison Ave. in Boston.