April 5, 2014 at 6:30 p.m.
Fat's Catering and Banquet - Waterfall Room
1015 Front Street, Sacramento, CA 95814
Tickets are $25 for students and $40 for non-students.
Buy online here: http://ucdavisapalsabanquet.bpt.me/
Congratulations to the newly elected APALSA Board. Now witness the firepower of this fully armed and operational battle station!Co-Presidents: Eryn Hong and Steven Vong
The Asian Pacific American Law Students Association at UCD presents APALSA Culture Week 2014!
MONDAY JAN 27 | New Year's Courtyard Kick-Off (12PM - 1PM) COURTYARD
Join us in the Courtyard for food and fun to kick off APALSA's culture week!
Korean, Chinese, and Thai food will be served.
TUESDAY JAN 28 | Asian Pacific Islanders, the Model Minority Myth, and the Prison Industrial Complex (12PM - 1PM) RM 2303
Eddy Zheng is a Chinese immigrant who spent 21 years of his life in prison for crimes he committed at the age of 16. Since his release from prison, Eddy has dedicated his life to serving the youth and communities of the greater San Francisco Bay Area. Eddy hopes to utilize his experiences to inspire and motivate young people to invest in their education, raise awareness about the detrimental impact that the Prison Industrial Complex has on the Asian and Pacific Islander population, and promote racial harmony among people of color.
Dosirak (Korean food) will be served.
WEDNESDAY JAN 29 | Job Panel (12PM - 1PM) RM 2303
- Grace Arupo (CA Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development)
- Judith Gold (Public Interest Law Project)
- Josh Kaizuka (Law Offfices of Kaizuka & Valcarenghi)
- Professor Thomas Joo
Panda Express will be served.
THURSDAY JAN 30 | Korematsu Day with Professor Fujimoto and Professor Brownstein (12PM - 1PM) RM 2303
Korematsu v. U.S. was a landmark United States Supreme Court case concerning the constitutionality of Executive Order 9066, which ordered Japanese Americans into internment camps during World War II regardless of citizenship. This lecture looks into the dialogue surrounding the Japanese internment cases, a long history of racism, and the community’s perseverance in fighting against injustice.
Vietnamese sandwiches will be served.
*Bar review will be held at Little Prague!
400 Mrak Hall Drive, Davis, CA 95616
Saturday, January 25, 2014
8:30 am- 6:00 pm
For registration and more information: www.baapalsa2014.com
Cost: $15 for early registration
Early registration closes January 10, 2014.
Hungry? Come support APALSA in our Chipotle Fundraiser on November 7, 2013 from 6pm to 9pm. Bring the attached flyer in and tell the cashier that you are a law student supporting APALSA. All proceeds will be used to fund future APALSA events and projects!
Come support My Sister's House, a non-profit organization that serves women and children impacted by domestic violence and human trafficking, in their 10th Annual 5k fun run/walk. See our weekly e-mails for details. Register here.
We are pleased to announce that the APALSA Library is up and running. Dues paying members will be able to check out course books, supplements, and other helpful materials. Check our weekly e-mail announcements for the updated booklist.
Congratulations to our new 1L representatives! The APALSA Board is excited to have you on the team!Community Outreach: Christine Chou and Chris Rhee
Congratulations to the newly elected APALSA Board. May the Force be with you.Co-Presidents: Justin Lee and Jocelyn Koo
Thank you to Tiffany Gilliam ('14), Daniel Yang ('15), and Andrew Huah ('14) for graciously hosting our end of the year barbecue. A fun time was had by all. Special shout outs to Hank Nguyen ('14) for getting the grilling started, Jocelyn Koo ('14) for making the best guacamole Hart Ku ('15) has had in a long time, and Justin Lee ('15), Eryn Hong ('15), Anna Park ('14) and Daniel Yang ('15) for providing musical entertainment.
5:00 - 9:00 PM
For more information, please click the "APALSA Banquet" tab above, or follow the link here: http://students.law.ucdavis.edu/APALSA/news.html
ABAS holds a monthly mixer and welcomes King Hall students to join in a relaxing evening of drinks and conversation. This is a great opportunity for students to network with practitioners from various fields. The mixer will be at a bar in Sacramento, exact location TBA. We will be arranging rides. If interested, please contact Josephine Lee (email@example.com) or Justin Lee (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Thursday September 13, 2012 - Annual Bar Review
9PM - 2 AM @ The Davis Graduate (805 Russell Blvd Davis, CA 95616)
Please come out and support APALSA at our biggest fundraiser of the Fall. A portion of all food and drink proceeds goes to supporting APALSA. Get there before 11pm for drink specials and to avoid the cover. We will be taking donations and raffling off a $100 gift card to The Grad. Get ready for some food, fun, and dancng!
Please see ABAS' upcoming events in the area here on there website. There is a Happy Hour Mixer tomorrow, Wednesday, September 5th at Pizza Rock (1020 K Street) in Sacramento. More importantly...
ABAS Mentorship Mixer ABAS’ kick-off mentorship mixer for the new academic year will be held at the UC Davis School of Law Courtyard on Thursday, September 6, 2012, from 5:30-7:30. Please come and support our law students! It’s free for ABAS members, law students, and faculty. For more information, please contact Richard Uno at email@example.com
1. Wednesday, August 29, 2012 - APALSA General Body Meeting
12PM @ King Hall, Rm 1001
Lunch: Shanghai Town, a Davis favorite, will be served.
Lunch will be provided. Come find out what APALSA is all about, meet our board and current members, and learn how you can be a part of this great organization!
2. Friday, August 31, 2012 - APALSA BBQ
4:30 - 7:30PM @ Davis Central Park
Please come out to APALSA's first barbecue to kick off the school year. Enjoy a burger and beer while you mingle with friends and new faces. There will be vegetarian patties as well!
Facebook link: http://www.facebook.com/events/435315753177316/
3. Thursday, September 6, 2012 - Asian Bar Association of Sacramento (ABAS) Mixer
6 - 8:30PM @ King Hall Courtyard
This event is sponsored by the Asian Bar Association of Sacramento. Each year ABAS hosts a mixer in Davis and Sacramento for ABAS and APALSA members from King Hall and McGeorge. Students can talk to attorneys about practice areas and get an idea of what it is like to practice law. We encourage students to follow up with attorneys to build a mentor-mentee relationship. Grab a bite to eat, a glass of wine, or beer, and meet an attorney.
Congratulations to our new APALSA executive board!
Co-Presidents: Tiffany Gilliam & Anna Park
Treasurer: Mike Le
Secretary: Jessica Le
Community Outreach Chair: Laurence Lee & Patrick Ting
Conference Representatives: Rubina Chuang & Hart Ku
Cultural Outlook Chair: Eunice Lee & Ji Yong Park
Internal Relations: Hank Nguyen
Professional Development: Sue Chung & Laura Taing
Technology Chair: Hart Ku
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