APALSA Banquet

The program.

APALSA Banquet

Keynoter Marita Etcubanez, '00, Director of Legal Services for the Asian Pacific American Legal Resource Center, talks about the importance of public service.

APALSA Banquet

Michigan undergrad Suresh Mohan performs with Michigan Sahana, an Indian classical music and dance group.

APALSA Banquet

Atasi Satpathy, 2L, and Rukku Singla, 2L, APALSA's cultural chairs, welcome visitors.

APALSA Banquet

Roland Hwang, Michigan's assistant attorney general and a fellowship judge, announces the winners.

APALSA Banquet

Roland Hwang congratulates fellowship winner Mariel Block, 1L, who will work at the ACLU National Security Project in Atlanta this summer.

APALSA Banquet

Roland Hwang congratulates 1L Nawreen Sattar, who also won a fellowship and will work on foreclosure issues this summer with the City Bar Association in New York.

APALSA Banquet

Social hour!

APALSA Banquet

Performers, including Michigan Law 1L Sanjeet Ganjam, prepare for Michigan Sahana's performance.

APALSA Banquet

A group of APALSA 1Ls celebrate.

Original Fun The annual Asian Pacific American Law Students Association banquet, Origins, celebrated Asian Pacific American culture April 2 and also saw the awarding of two fellowships to current 1Ls set to work public interest jobs this summer. (With thanks to APALSA's Rukku Singla and Atasi Satpathy for caption information.)

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