Jackson Walker congratulates Houston partner Sang M. Shin on his appointment as Chair-Elect of the Asian Pacific Interest Section of the State Bar of Texas for the 2023-2024 term.
The Asian Pacific Interest Section of the State Bar of Texas (APIS) was created to advocate for and promote the common professional interests of lawyers of and interested in Asian Pacific American/South Asian heritage, community, and culture. Throughout the State of Texas, APIS utilizes the legal skills of its members to promote Asian interests and concerns in both public and private forums and strives to address Texas Asian legal concerns.
“I am honored to serve as Chair-Elect of the Asian Pacific Interest Section of the State Bar of Texas this year,” said Sang. “This esteemed position is not just a title, but a platform to amplify the voices and aspirations of our vibrant Asian Pacific and South Asian American legal community. Together, we will forge a path of advocacy, empowering our shared heritage and culture, while addressing the pressing legal concerns that affect our community.”
Sang M. Shin is a business immigration attorney with broad experience managing immigration matters for companies, individuals, investors, and institutions through the U.S. and internationally. Sang handles a wide range of nonimmigrant visas and petitions, and also provides advanced and strategic advice to clients on a variety of immigrant visas and labor certification (PERM). Sang also helps foreign companies with their U.S. market entry, growth and expansion efforts as they enter the United States by serving as outside counsel to their various legal needs.