In 1944, the U.S. Government charged 63 Nisei (first-generation Japanese-Americans) imprisoned at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center in Wyoming with draft evasion. On July 11 Cadwalader hosted a case reenactment. Read more here.
5/25/2013: ASIANINNY BLOG
“Iva: The Myth of Tokyo Rose”, directed by Soriya Chum and Elena Chang, is the trial case about Iva Toguri, a Japanese American citizen, who was accused of treason during World War II, was performed on stage at the Asia Society on Thursday, May 16th. Read more here.
3/2/2012: Cadwalader Blog
On Tuesday, February 28, Cadwalader’s New York office hosted a reenactment of two U.S. Supreme Court cases, Ozawa and Thind. See the video here.
2/20/12: NYU Law
The Asian Pacific American Law Students Association (APALSA) of Fordham put on a reenactment of the trial for the murder of Vincent Chin, which started the Asian American civil rights movement. Read more here.
3/23/2011: NYU Law
Judge Denny Chin of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit illuminated the legal history of Asian Americans in the 12th annual Korematsu Lecture, “Great Asian-American Trials,” on March 8. Read more here.
10/13/10: Princeton Alumni Weekly
With Denny Chin narrating and providing commentary, students read from the Yasui trial courtroom transcript. Read more here.
9/17/10: The Princetonian
Denny Chin ’75 narrated and 13 students reenacted the historic 1942 trial of Minoru Yasui. Read more here.
3/10/09: NYU Law Newsletter
A reenactment of “The Trial of Minoru Yasui” was performed at the10th annual Korematsu Lecture on March 10, 2009. Read more here.