The 26th annual National Asian Pacific American Conference on Law & Public Policy, hosted by Harvard Law School’s APALSA, is titled 2020: Inflection and will celebrate HLS APALSA’s 26th Anniversary Conference. It will reflect on the ways in which Asian Pacific American (“APA”) and other underrepresented attorneys and activists have progressed in the legal, political, and social spheres. Moreover, the Conference will also explore the obstacles to and opportunities for the APA community in the legal field as well as America at large. We have invited a diversity of speakers, including judges, legal academics, and private practitioners, to speak on the panels, and we look forward to collaborating with our fellow students and speakers to capture the spirit of Inflection.
Highlights at the Conference will include: three panels with speakers ranging from judges and legal academics to practitioners; informal networking events; a 1L career fair with 25+ firms in attendance; keynote speeches by Bill Lee and Judge Edward Chen; hot breakfast, lunch, and a dinner banquet (RSVP only) at the Harvard University Loeb House; and our 4th annual trial reenactment — the case of Chol Soo Lee — led by Judge Denny Chin of the Second Circuit.
RSVP at: https://forms.gle/rhfJ5MexDJTCEuxo9