Boalt APALSA is holding their 2nd Annual Dale Minami Boalt Alumni Fellowship Dinner on Jan. 30 and they’re kicking off their push for the dinner on Thursday, January 8, 6pm, at Bong Su, 311 Third Street, San Francisco. The happy hour is free, but donations to the Fellowship are welcome at the event or online.
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Boalt Hall’s Asian Pacific American Law Student Association (APALSA) holds its 2nd annual alumni and public interest fellowship dinner to support outstanding Asian American and Pacific Islander students who commit to working in the public interest sector upon graduation.
The fellowship is named after Dale Minami (’71), a prominent San Francisco-based attorney and a recipient of the American Bar Association’s 2003 Thurgood Marshall Award. Dale is well-regarded for his civil rights work on Korematsu v. United States and co-founded the Asian Law Caucus as well as the Asian American Bar Association of the Greater Bay Area.
We are planning on having a Chinese banquet in San Francisco with entertainment, speakers, including Dale Minami, and well over 150 current students, professors, and alumni. We invite you to support this important endeavor by attending our dinner and/or by becoming a sponsor. The dinner offers a great opportunity for Boalt alumni to reconnect with former classmates. It is also the ideal venue for law firms to meet current and past Boalt students.