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Bodman’s Jacqueline W. August and Albert H. Pak Appointed to 2024-2025 MAPABA Executive Board

By: Bodman PLC


Bodman PLC is pleased to share that attorneys Jacqueline W. August and Albert H. Pak have been appointed to leadership positions on the executive board of the Michigan Asian-Pacific American Bar Association (MAPABA).

August serves as the president emeritus. In this role, she will assist the president and other members of the Executive Board when needed. Pak will serve as vice president, a role in which he will support the president and perform all other duties incident to the office. Both will serve a one-year term in their executive leadership roles through February 2025.

August is based in the Firm’s Troy office and is a member of the Enterprise Procurement Practice Group. She represents business clients in connection with the drafting and negotiation of a broad range of commercial contracts, including vendor contracts for goods and services. She also has experience managing litigation claims related to premises liability and insurance defense matters, including conducting depositions, completing facilitations, attending motion and case evaluation hearings, and advising clients on case progression.

Pak is based in the Firm’s Ann Arbor office and is a member of the Exempt Organizations and Impact Investing Practice Group. He counsels nonprofit and other tax-exempt organizations and the investors who support them on a broad range of legal, operational, and financial issues. He draws upon both his legal training and his business experience to provide his clients with practical and effective advice. Pak has deep and varied experience in the nonprofit sector.

Founded in 1985, the mission of the MAPABA is to promote improvements in the administration of justice, to advance relations between the legal profession and the public, to secure equality of Asian Pacific Americans in society, to advocate the interest of Asian Pacific Americans in the legal profession, and to promote equality and social justice for all people.

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