Jones Day partner Jimmy Kitchen interviewed about involvement in Alliance for Asian American Justice

James (Jimmy) Kitchen, a partner in Jones Day's Pittsburgh Office, was interviewed by WPXI Channel 11, a local television station, about his involvement with the Alliance for Asian American Justice. The Alliance is comprised of leading Asian American lawyers, including litigation partners at nearly 90 law firms throughout the country and 21 supporting general counsel of Fortune 1000 companies. The goal of the Alliance is to leverage the pro bono resources of prominent and experienced lawyers to stand up for victims of anti-Asian violence and to help prevent future incidents of anti-Asian hate. 

"I want to make sure that they understand that they have rights, and they have the ability to say their piece and they have the ability to get compensation and restitution in cases where that’s necessary," Kitchen said. 

Read the story, "Alliance for Asian American Justice includes law firms here in Pittsburgh" on the WPXI website.

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