The Asia Pacific Law Club (APLC) is a student organization at the Peter A. Allard School of Law. Founded in 1989, the club strives to promote diversity and inclusion for Asian law students in today’s legal and business environment. At APLC, you will find a supportive community of like-minded students at the law school. You will also be able to build connections with legal professionals and learn more about what an Asia Pacific-focused law practice looks like.
To start off each school year, APLC hosts an icebreaker event where students can come together to make new friends and catch up with old ones. Throughout the year, besides having great social events where students can engage with their colleagues and with lawyers in a more casual setting (and over great food!), APLC also offers other professional development opportunities that provide a more structured way for students to connect with legal professionals. In the past, APLC has organized career panels, firm tours, and mentorship programs. As the club continues to grow, we expect to keep developing our initiatives while tailoring them to the needs of our members.
We are excited to welcome anyone who wants to find their community on campus.