Overview

The Harvard Asia Law Society is a prominent organization at Harvard Law School that brings together students with a common interest in Asia. HALS is extremely diverse and international, with past and current members from not only East Asia and North America, but also from South Asia, Latin America, and beyond. Our ranks include native and fluent speakers of many Asian languages, and many of us aspire to make use of our language skills and international experiences in our future work as legal professionals.

We sponsor many activities on campus that strive to educate and expose our members to the legal, political, and business issues that arise across Asia. Our proposed activities for the 2014-2015 academic year include a spring delegation trip to Taipei, two career panels, a career fair focusing on practice in Asia, and the annual Asia Business Conference at Harvard – the foremost and largest student-run Asia law and business conference in North America.

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Students pose during a trip to Japan, part of the annual spring delegation to one country or region in Asia.

Students pose during a trip to Japan, part of the annual spring delegation to one country or region in Asia.

 

Law and business intersect at the Asia Business Conference

Law and business intersect at the Asia Business Conference

 

HALS fundraises for organizations like the Chi Heng Foundation

HALS fundraises for organizations like the Chi Heng Foundation

 

Members listen to KY Tung speak.

Members listen to KY Tung speak.