On May 15, 2009, Ms. Bonita Hwang Cho spoke at a legal ethics and professional responsibility seminar presented by the Chicago chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association. The event was held at Harold Washington College in Chicago, and her panel was entitled “Tea for Two & Two for Tea: Dual Representation: Start of Engagement.”
On May 7, 2009, Ms. Bonita Hwang Cho was a speaker at the Asian American Bar Association of Greater Chicago’s continuing legal education seminar entitled “Diversifying Your Practice: From Real Estate Law to Criminal Law.” The seminar was held at the Hotel Allegro in Chicago. There she spoke on substantive immigration law on a panel, “Basics of Immigration Law.”
On November 21, 2008, Bonita Hwang Cho moderated a panel at the 20th Annual National Asian Pacific American Bar Association Convention held at the Seattle Sheraton. The panel was entitled, “How to Make Your Solo/Small Firm Practice Grow.”
On September 4, 2008, Ms. Bonita Hwang Cho was a speaker at the Illinois State Bar Association continuing legal education program entitled “2008 Solo and Small Firm Conference” which was held at the Pheasant Run Resort, in St. Charles, Illinois. There she spoke on substantive immigration law on a panel, “Preparing Your Clients for Immigration’s Interview Proving the Bona Fides of Their Marriage.”
On May 15, 2008, Ms. Bonita Hwang Cho spoke to international students at the Adler School of Professional Psychology in Chicago. Topics included H1B visas and employment.