NAPALSA is the national organization representing Asian Pacific American law students since 1981. Our mission is to provide a national voice for APA law students, foster professional and personal development, and advocate for the dignity of our communities. We work closely with legal and affinity organizations across communities to advance advocacy. NAPALSA is committed to inclusion and representing the diversity of the APA legal community.
The network of APIA legal professionals that want you to succeed is robust. Reach out today to connect with a diverse group of attorneys and judges that prioritize mentorship and community.
National Asian Pacific American Bar Association
NAPABA is the preeminent professional development organization and voice for 50,000 Asian Pacific American attorneys, judges, law professors, and law students.
NAPABA promotes justice, equity, and opportunity for Asian Pacific Americans.
NAPABA fosters professional development, legal scholarship, advocacy, and community involvement.
Young Lawyers Network
YLN consists of NAPABA members who seek to become involved in NAPABA and meet other NAPABA young lawyers who are either 39 years of age or under, or who have been in legal practice for 10 years or less (whichever is more inclusive). The YLN meets annually at the NAPABA Convention, and supports a number of active subcommittees.
Become a Speaker
NAPALSA seeks speakers to come speak to young minds. Connect with law students at NAPALSA events.
Become a Partner
NAPALSA seeks to create a thriving network with other law student organizations and bar associations. Join the network today.
Do you have a job you'd like to post for API law students? Submit your job to the NAPALSA job board.