Prospective MembersAsian-Pacific Law & Policy Membership Selection
- During the week following Spring final exams, law students have the opportunity to participate in a technical editing exercise to attain an invitation to join the Asian-Pacific Law & Policy Journal.
- The technical editing exercise is scored based on analysis, structure, Bluebooking, administrative precision, and creativity.
Letter of Interest
Applicants to the Asian-Pacific Law & Policy Journal should include a 1-2 page letter of interest describing their interest in Asian-Pacific law and policy.
Applicants to the Asian-Pacific Law & Policy Journal should include a writing sample consisting of a maximum of 15 pages.
The Asian-Pacific Law & Policy Journal encourages transfer applicants to apply for membership on the Journal. If you wish to be considered for membership, you must participate in the Writing Competition. All prospective transfer students may participate in the competition, including those who intend to apply and have not yet done so and those who have applied and have not yet received a decision.
Contact APLPJ staff for more information by June 1 at email@example.com.