APALSA Alumni Board

APALSA Alumni Board 

Alan Cheuk. Class of 2011

Alan Cheuk was Co-President of Apalsa in 2009-2010 with Eunice Yu.  Alan’s interests and work experience have focused on access to justice and information. He has worked for the Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative in India, the Justice and Peace Commission in Liberia, the Berkman Center, and PreProBono.  Alan also founded 7Sage (http://7sage.com), and taught International Negotiation at Jindal Global Law School.

Steven Gee. Class of 2008

Renny Hwang. Class of 2005

Michael Peng. Class of 2011

J.Y. Ping (Co-Chair ’08-’09, Co-Chair Emeritus & Finance Co-Chair ’09-’10)

J.Y. graduated from Columbia University where he studied Economics, Political Science, and Philosophy and holds a J.D. from Harvard Law School where he was Co-Chair of APALSA. He has been teaching the LSAT since 2006 and has taught thousands of students.  He is the founder of 7Sage (7sage.com) and PreProBono (preprobono.org), two organizations dedicated to making legal education more accessible.

Karen Tseng. Class of 2005

Darby Wong. Class of 2008

Connie Wu. Class of 2010

Connie Wu is a second year associate in Skadden’s White Collar Group in New York.  Before joining Skadden, she clerked for Judge Richard G. Stearns in the District of Massachusetts.  While at HLS, she served as Co-President of APALSA and received a scholarship from the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association Law Foundation.  Before law school, Connie worked as a management consultant at Monitor Group in Santa Monica, where she specialized in marketing strategy and scenario planning.  Recently, she has been overtaken by LINSANITY.

Eunice Yu. Class of 2011