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Asian Pacific American Law Students Association (APALSA)

APALSA is an organization at Fordham University School of Law that provides events and resources to unite the Fordham Asian Pacific American law student community and bring awareness of Asian Pacific American issues and culture to the greater Fordham community. Ultimately, APALSA is a tool that law students use for professional development, commnity invovlement, advocacy, and legal scholarship. Sponsored events include alumni dinners, mock interview/resume critique programs, exam preparation workshops, peer mentoring, and participation in the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association's Thomas Tang Moot Court Compeitition.

For more details visit the group's bulletin board located outside the Fordham Law Review office, or visit the APALSA office in Room 26.

Website: fordhamapalsa.org
Email: apalsa@law.fordham.edu
Calendar: bit.ly/fordhamapalsacalendar
Twitter: twitter.com/fordhamapalsa
Facebook: facebook.com/groups/fordhamapalsa

2013-2014 Executive Board

PRESIDENT: John Kim

VICE PRESIDENT: Michelle Chan

TREASURER: Rose Ding

SECRETARY: Henna Jung

ACADEMIC CHAIR: Soo-Young Shin

SOCIAL CHAIRS: Kyu Hyung Ha and Melissa He

ALUMNI RELATIONS AND MENTORSHIP CHAIR: Wonji Lee and Yi Zhao