SABA North America Sections and Committees

Amicus Committee

Business Law Section
For attorneys whose practices or responsibilities involve U.S. and international business law matters, including mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, financings, capital markets, hedge, private equity, fund formations, venture capital and angel investments and startups, and related corporate, commercial and transactional practice areas.

Corporate Counsel Section
Professional development, best practice sharing, and networking to in-house and outside counsel.

Criminal Law Section
Practicing criminal law attorneys, including state, local, and federal prosecutors and criminal defense attorneys.

Employment Law Section
Practicing labor and employment law, whether on behalf of employees, unions, management or public sector entities

Endorsements Committee
Evaluates judicial and other key legal appointments and supports those candidates

Health Law Section
Promote and educate health law issues to SABA North America members

Immigration Section
Deportation defense, federal court litigation, criminal defense, and corporate and family based immigration

Intellectual Property Section
Promote professional development, networking, and continuing legal education of intellectual property

Judges Section

Litigation Section

Public Interest Committee
Advocate with public, private, and non-governmental bodies around issues that affect the South Asian community

South Asian Women’s Attorney Network (SAWAN)
Dedicated to the professional development of South Asian Women attorneys

Tax Section
Dedicated to the professional development of tax lawyers, and assisting non-tax lawyers with their clients’ tax issues

Young Lawyers Division
Individual membership is open to SABA North America members under 36 years old or admitted to practice for five years or less.

Committee and Section Guidelines