Please join Berkeley Law School’s Asian Pacific American Law Students Association (APALSA) for the Third Annual Dale Minami Fellowship Dinner, “Honoring Judicial Diversity: Advancing Justice for All,” on Thursday, February 11, 2010, from 6 p.m. at Canton Restaurant, 655 Folsom Street, San Francisco.
APALSA is this year proud to honor United States Magistrate Judge Edward Chen with its Alumni of the Year Award.
Individual tickets are $100. Tickets for employees of non-profit organizations is $50. Sponsorship opportunities available.
Purchase your ticket online at http://www.apalsa-boalt.org/Fellowship/
This is Berkeley Law’s Asian Pacific American Law Student Association’s (APALSA) third annual alumni and public interest fellowship dinner. APALSA is the largest student-run organization at Berkeley Law as well as the largest Asian Pacific American law student association in the nation.
In addition to honoring alumni and leaders who have made significant contributions to the Asian Pacific American legal community, the dinner raises funds toward the endowment of the Dale Minami Public Interest Fellowship, which provides critical financial support to outstanding individuals who commit to serving the public interest.
Minami Fellows are selected for their diverse backgrounds, record of exceptional academic and professional accomplishment, leadership in community service, and commitment to social justice and public interest work. The 2010 fellowship recipient will be honored at the event.
Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (916) 538-2826 if you have any questions or need additional information about this event.