APALSA has been an integral part of each of our law school experiences. It has been a welcoming community and home, a source of joy and friendship, and a place for thoughtful reflection. We hope to continue that vibrant tradition this year and are so excited to share this experience with you. APALSA is one of the largest student organizations on campus and plays an integral role in campus life by providing paths for academic mentorship, professional opportunities, and friendship, while engaging deeply with questions of identity and the law. APALSA welcomes all who identify as Asian Pacific American, and knowing that we all grow by learning from each other’s backgrounds, we value the incredible diversity of our membership.
Please do not hesitate to reach out to any of us with questions, thoughts, ideas, and/or concerns. We are here for you, not only through our formal programming but also as informal support. Through the ups and downs of law school, we hope to bring a sense of community and joy to your journey.
Yale APALSA is committed to building an APA community at Yale Law. Our goal is to be a resource for prospective students and new admits. We are here to answer questions or concerns you might have about the law school community. For those who have not yet been admitted to Yale Law, we wish you the best of luck. More information is available on the Admissions site. For a closer and more personal glimpse into YLS life, visit the Student Life page.