With our small enrollment and stimulating variety of more than 20 student organizations, Campbell Law students have many opportunities to pursue special interests, advance their skills, build knowledge, and develop life-long professional relationships. Our active student organizations add tremendous depth to the intellectual and social heartbeat of the school, orchestrating numerous benefits, clinics, and gatherings throughout the year. Many of these functions allow students to engage and interact with alumni and practicing litigators, serving as a platform for valuable networking and fellowship opportunities.
Asian Pacific American Law Students Association
The purpose of the Asian Pacific American Law Students Association (APALSA) is to create an inclusive environment for Asian Pacific American students at Campbell to ensure success in the legal profession. We will strive to meet this purpose through outreach with the Asian Pacific American community, celebration of Asian cultures and identities, active participation in recruitment of Asian Pacific American students, and academic and social support.
For more information on any of our organizations, please contact:
Evin L. Grant
Assistant Dean of Student Life & Pro Bono Opportunities