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NAPALSA Conference

NAPALSA Conference

Washington, D.C. | Nov. 2 - 5, 2017

Since 2002, the National Asian Pacific American Law Student Association (NAPALSA) Conference has taken place in conjunction with the NAPABA Convention. Law students have the opportunity to organize their own panels catered to law students as well as participate in the general NAPABA programming. This partnership provides law students the chance to further hone their skills and learn and network with current attorneys from diverse sectors. 

Call for Panelists | Deadline Extended: June 2 at 7 p.m. EDT

NAPALSA is currently seeking interested speakers for panels to be presented during the 2017 NAPALSA Conference. Lend your expertise to a panel and provide real world knowledge and guidance to current law students! 

If you are interested in serving on a NAPALSA panel, please complete an online application form OR fill out an electronic PDF form and email it to Gisela Camba at   

For questions regarding programming for the NAPALSA Conference, please contact NAPALSA Conference Chair Gisela Camba at


Registration will open on June 15. 


NAPALSA represents the interests of Asian Pacific American (APA) law students and provides advocacy, support, and career development opportunities for its members throughout the United States. 

Established in 1981, NAPALSA was the first national organization to connect APA members of the legal profession. In 1988, NAPALSA helped to springboard NAPABA and has facilitated a conjoint conference with NAPABA since 2002. NAPALSA is proud of its partnership with NAPABA to create a unique networking and professional event for students to interact, socialize, and learn from current APA legal practitioners. 

NAPALSA continues to be the only national student-led organization to link affiliated APA law student organizations and law students across the country, and promote their interests. 

NAPALSA remains the consolidated voice of APA law students and also serves as an advocate and representative for all APAs. 

More information about NAPALSA can be found at