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The Asian Pacific American Law Students Association (APALSA) serves as an academic, social and political resource for students in the Law School. In recent years, APALSA has made itself increasingly visible to the administration and has strengthened its voice in efforts to redefine the role of Asian Americans both in the Law School and in the law.
Congratulations to the winners of
the APALSA's 2011 1L Public Interest Fellowship:
We are happy to answer any of your questions!
As active members of the University of Michigan Law School, we believe in the value of our uniquely collegial and diverse atmosphere which promotes vigorous intellectual exchange, cross-cultural understanding, distinguished leadership, and active citizenship-enriching both our professional and personal development during our time here.
For this reason, APALSA, along with other student organizations at Michigan Law, are reaffirming our commitment to maintaining a welcoming environment that embraces individuals from all backgrounds.
We will reach out to prospective students to make sure they know that Michigan Law School is a community where students will continue to find helpful resources, form meaningful friendships, and feel welcome regardless of race, gender, color, religion, creed, national origin or ancestry, sexual orientation, age, marital status or disability.
We will continue to work with other student groups to coordinate student group-wide social events, maintain a strong outreach program for first-year law students, and collaborate with the Admissions Office in bringing the best possible group of students to Michigan each year. We pledge to maintain the mutual respect and collegial atmosphere that brought us to Michigan Law and are happy to answer any questions you may have about our community.