Asia Pacific Law Association

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Asia Pacific Law Association



APLAM, a student organization of the McGill University Faculty of Law, was established in response to student interest in the law of Asia Pacific countries and their practice in both Canada and abroad. We seek to advance the understanding of legal systems in the Asia Pacific region by serving as a forum for discussing law and policy issues, facilitating exchanges with educational institutions in the region, and proposing new courses and reforms to the existing curriculum. Additionally, APLAM assists students with professional development in Asia Pacific law-related fields by providing educational seminars and networking opportunities with legal practitioners, scholars, diplomats, and politicians, among others. We also encourage cultural dialogue and learning through community involvement and activities that highlight the Asia Pacific region’s richness and diversity.

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