On April 7, 2001, Ms. Bonita Hwang Cho was a speaker at the Pre-Law Symposium for Minority College Students sponsored by the Young Lawyers Section of the Chicago Bar Association and held at the DePaul University College of Law, in Chicago. The panel she spoke on was entitled “The Real World.”
On April 7, 2001, Bonita Hwang Cho was a speaker at a Career Day seminar hosted by the Korean American Bar Association and the Asian American Bar Association of the Greater Chicago area. The seminar was held at the law firm of Freeborn & Peters in Chicago. The panel she spoke on was “Surviving & Thriving as an Asian American Attorney.”
On January 11, 2001, Ms. Bonita Hwang Cho spoke at the January Minorities in the Profession Committee meeting. The topic was “Striking Out On Your Own: The Ups and Downs of Having Your Own Practice” and was held at the Chicago Bar Association.
On June 7, 2000, Ms. Bonita Hwang Cho gave a presentation at the National College of Chiropractic located in Lombard, Illinois. There she spoke to the Chiropractic International Student Association on topics including employment based and family based immigration.
On March 8, 2000, Ms. Bonita Hwang Cho was a panelist for a discussion regarding Representation of Clients Seeking Asylum in the US. The audience included students at Northwestern University School of Law, at a Refugees and Asylum seminar.