The Asian Pacific American Law Student Association (APALSA) is a law student organization at the UNLV William S. Boyd School of Law dedicated to promoting Asian/Pacific interests. APALSA also promotes interacting and networking with the Asian/Pacific community in Las Vegas. APALSA is open to any UNLV law student who has an interest in Asian/Pacific topics and related issues. APALSA follows the traditional University of Nevada, Las Vegas law school organization model in bringing noted guest speakers from all areas of the legal profession.

Webmaster: Kim Leung
August 28, 2007
A special thank you to all the members who helped with Intro to Law Week,
especially to our former President Montgomery Paek
and to Kareema Turner for providing APALSA with
pictures of the event.
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September 6, 2007
APALSA held its first general meeting of the school year.
A special thank you to everyone who attended.
APALSA officers are delighted to have met you.
If you were unable to attend,
the minutes are available here.
October 20, 2007
APALSA president Inku Nam and member Koa Perlac will be representing Boyd
at the Thomas Tang Moot Court Competition hosted by UCLA.
Good luck guys!
April 9, 2008
Thank you everyone who attended APALSA's election lunch. It was great seeing everybody.
Our officers for the 2008-2009 year are:
Lisa Lee (President), Crystal Tatco (Vice President), Sharon Jones (Secretary)
Raymond Chau (Treasurer), and Kim Leung (Events Coordinator)
From left to right: Danny Wong, Brian Shin, Raymond Chau, Lisa Lee, Sharon Jones, Caroline Song,
Crystal Tatco, Koa Perlac, Marvin Simeon, Jeremy Robins, Mia Ji, Kim Leung