HALS sponsors many professional, academic and social events. In the past, we have held career panels; organized study breaks and mixers; and hosted speakers such as Ko-Yung Tung, law firm partner and former Vice President for the World Bank, and Tanaka Hitoshi, former Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs.

Please check our Events Calendar below for the latest upcoming events.


HALS General Meeting and Feast
When: Mon, 9/22 @ 7:15 p.m.
Where: WCC 1019
What: We invite all students to come learn about HALS and some of our exciting plans for the 2014-2015 year. We will cover our upcoming events, annual Asia Business Conference with the Harvard Business School, Spring Break Delegation to Taipei, and much more. Students interested in positions with our language tables, Business Conference, or committees should attend for details about the application process.
**FREE BOBA, TAIWANESE FOOD, AND CHINESE FOOD – come enjoy a feast of Asian cuisines!**

Dim Sum Welcome Brunch
When:  Sat, 9/27 @ 12:30 p.m. — meet at 11:00 a.m.
Where: Hei La Moon
What: Come enjoy a free dim sum banquet on HALS while catching up with old friends and meeting new members. Justin will email specific details about the meeting time and location to members who RSVP.
RSVP to Justin Ko at jko@jd15.law.harvard.edu.
Free dim sum!


APALSA General Body Meeting
When: Thurs, 9/25 @ 7:00 p.m.
Where: WCC 2009
What: Join APALSA for its first general body meeting of the year! We will introduce the organization to new students, present our agenda for the upcoming year, and announce opportunities to get involved.
Thai food will be served.

Apartheid of Ahmadis in Pakistan: A Talk by Pakistani Jurist Mujeeb-ur-Rahman
When: Tues, 9/30 @ 12:00 p.m.
Where: WCC 2019
What: Please join the Human Rights Program for a discussion with renowned Pakistani jurist Mujeeb-ur-Rahman, who has been at the forefront of the struggle for religious liberty in Pakistan for five decades. Mr. Rahman has argued scores of human rights cases before the Pakistan Supreme Court, including Zaheeruddin v. State, which legitimized persecution of the Ahmadi Muslim minority by affirming the power of the state to legally define who may call him or herself a Muslim. This event is co-sponsored by HLS Advocates and the HLS Human Rights Journal.