As the Origins is right around the corner this year, here is a brief recap on the 2016 Origins!
Don’t forget – today from 12-1 PM – 1L Job Info Round Table. 1Ls, bring your cover letters/resumes, and we’ll review them!
2L/3Ls: please come help answer questions! I know a lot of 1Ls would love your advice. You don’t even have to stay for the whole time!
Belly Deli will be served. :3
Thanks to everyone who attended our voting right panel discussion. We would like to extend a special thank you to our panelists and co-sponsors: MELP, NLG, ACLU, MJRL, ACS ,MLSA , LLSA!
And we would like to thank panelists Professor Ellen Katz, Andy Kang (Asian Americans Advancing Justice), and Aamina Ahmed (APIA Vote) for leading such inspiring discussion.
APALSA is proud to present the 2016-2017
Hinh Tran is a 1L hailing from the San Francisco Bay Area and is the son of Vietnamese refugees who came to the United States in the aftermath of the Vietnam War. During an undergrad internship sponsored by the Asian Pacific American Institute for Congressional Studies, he became interested in fighting for greater APA representation in the political arena and the legal field. After graduation, he worked at a tech company where he co-founded the Asians@ employee resource group, in part to help educate company leadership about the Bamboo Ceiling. As a 1L Rep, I hope to highlight these issues and to help build greater solidarity amongst APALSA’s members. I also promise to seek out and identify for APALSA the best source of pho, bun rieu, and bun bo hue, the holy trinity of Vietnamese noodle soups
Xiangyu is a 1L from China who loves different cultures and…food. During undergraduate years, he organized student activities and was an excellent team member in the school debate team.