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South Asian Law Students Association
The South Asian Law Students Association (SALSA) is the Michigan Law chapter of the North American South Asian Law Students Association (NASALSA). SALSA serves as an interactive community for those in the Law School who identify with, or trace their lineage to, one of the countries that comprise South Asia (Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka). SALSA also welcomes and encourages any and all law students who have an interest in South Asian culture, or legal issues involving South Asia, to join.SALSA seeks to foster a cohesive South Asian community at Michigan Law whose members will go on to become active members in the South Asian community at large. We aim to encourage the South Asian community at the Law School, as well as the larger law student body and other organizations around campus, to engage in legal and social issues important to South Asia and the South Asian diaspora.To learn more about the South Asian Law Students Association, please contact us via e-mail.
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