My name is Kelsey Fung, and I am the President of APALSA. I was born and raised in San Francisco, CA, and I am here in Maryland to pursue the health law certificate. I did my undergrad at UC Irvine in Orange County, CA and majored in public health policy and political science. APALSA-MD has had a tremendous effect on my life, as well as social and networking experiences on the East Coast, and my goal is for everyone to feel the same way. We welcome everyone to join APALSA and come see what we’re all about!
Hi! My name is Siyang Song. I’m a 2L and the treasurer of APALSA. I come from China, where I majored in Health Law in college. I came here for the excellent health law program and I’m now working on the health law certificate. So if anyone is interested in health law, feel free to talk with me (or Kelsey, or Ethan, or Caroline). Or if anyone is looking for good Asian food in the area come to me haha!
Community Relations Chair
Hi everyone! I am Christine Wang, a 2L, and serve as the Community Relations Chair for APALSA. In that position, I get to ensure that APALSA hosts an awesome Spring Reception next semester. APALSA’s Spring Reception is a networking event for the Asian-Pacific legal community that involves students, practicing attorneys and judges. Outside of APALSA, I am also a Staff Editor on the Journal of Race, Religion, Gender, and Class. I was born and raised in Alexandria, Virginia and completed my BS degree in Biology and Environmental Science at the University of Mary Washington. I am interested in specializing in litigation and environmental law here at Maryland. Looking forward to a great year!
Connie is a 3L from Philadelphia. She went to Bryn Mawr College and majored in French and Political Science. Before law school, she took some time off to work at the U.S. Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division in Washington, D.C. Connie is on the National Trial Team, the Moot Court Board, and is a Legal Writing Fellow. She’s looking forward to meeting new APALSA members and is happy to answer any questions you might have!
My name is Julianna Kim and I am a 2L. I went to University of Maryland, College Park and majored in Criminal Justice and minored in Hearing and Speech Science. I am interested in public interest law. Welcome everyone!!
My name is Ethan Han and I’m the Vice President of APALSA. As a 3L health law student here at Maryland Law, I hail from the great state of New Jersey while having done my undergrad at the University of Michigan (c/o 2010). As Vice President, my main function at APALSA is to serve the executive board and you, the student, in any and all ways that I can. I understand that may come off a bit corny but I sincerely would like to meet and get to know you! If you see me in the hallway or at a meeting, come say hi - I’m quite hard to miss as I’m the only male member on the board. Welcome and hope to talk to you soon!
Hey everyone! I am Peggy Huang and I am the secretary of APALSA. I’m from China and came here just to know more about U.S. legal system. I am interested in Business Law area and International law area. If you have similar interests, you are more than welcomed to talk to me. APALSA is one big warm family and you will know a lot of amazing people here. I am so looking forward to making friends with all of you!
My name is Caroline Lee, and I am the Social & Fundraising Chair for APALSA. I was born and raised in Connecticut and graduated from Georgetown University where I majored in biochemistry and minored in economics. As a 2L health law student, I am on the executive board for the Student Health Law Organization and a staff editor on the Maryland Journal of International Law. I look forward to meeting you all and having a great year with APALSA!
Hi! I’m Angela Lam, one of the 1L representatives. I’m very excited to be part of the APALSA board this year. The first cool students I met at this law school were some of the current APALSA board members, so I also want to give back to prospective and current Asian American students. I grew up in Baltimore County and then attended Tufts University, where I was involved with the Asian American community in Boston and on-campus. Before law school, I worked in DC at several non-profits and a public interest law firm. I love cooking, cats and crafts.
If you are a 1L, please take some time off from studying to attend APALSA events and meet new people. Feel free to contact Jon or me about what APALSA can do for you.
Hello! my name is Jonathan (Jon) Lim, and I am one of your 1L co-reps. I was raised in New York and New Jersey and graduated Rutgers with a B.A. in English and a Minor in Asian Languages and studies, and I’m currently interested in studying International Law. My role is to help all the APALSA 1L’s connect with the organization and to make sure their issues and concerns are addressed. I look forward to getting to know you all, and if you have any questions, feel free to approach me in the halls. Thanks.