The

apalsa.org

website is no longer available.
Asian Pacific American Law Students Association (APALSA) is an academic, political, community service and social group dedicated to fostering a supportive environment for Asian Pacific American students at the Harvard Law School. APALSA strives for the promotion of a greater understanding of Asian Pacific American issues and culture, serves as a vehicle for political activity, and provides a social and academic network within the Harvard Law School community.

Every year, APALSA organizes the National Asian Pacific American Conference on Law and Public Policy, which invites prominent jurists, advocates, corporate partners, and government policymakers to participate in a series panels and meetings with law school students from around the country. The annual conference attracts hundreds of participants, and provides a forum for discussing current political, cultural, and social issues.

Further information can now be found at the APALSA website at www3.law.harvard.edu/orgs/apalsa/.