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last updated 4.14.05

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The Harvard Law School Chinese American Law Students Association (CHALSA) aims to build a community among Chinese, Taiwanese and Hong Kong American students at HLS, as well as other students interested in Chinese, Taiwanese and Hong Kong culture and life.

Our goal is to not only nurture social interaction, professional and academic development and unity among Chinese, Taiwanese and Hong Kong American law students, but also promote a greater understanding of Chinese, Taiwanese and Hong Kong culture and identity among all members of the HLS community.

CHALSA sponsors a wide variety of cultural, academic and social activities, including the HLS Asian Pacific American Pro Bono Service Program. CHALSA works to connect the HLS community to the greater Chinese communities by providing HLS students with practical information and tangible opportunities regarding working in China, Hong Kong and Taiwan, as well as contributing and providing legal services to the local Boston Chinese community.