AFLSE/LA April Newsletter


We have a fantastic weekend of events lined up.


On Thursday April 16 at 7pm our monthly drinks mixer will be at the Library Bar on 6th and Hope St in downtown.  Please bring your friends and colleagues.

Here is the link for more information. 


On Friday April 17 at 7pm Dr Piers Ludlow, a senior lecturer at LSE will be joining us at Ye Olde Kings Head to give a talk on the lasting ramifications of the Cold War.  We will be joined by Oxford alums as Dr Ludlow is also an Oxford graduate.  Please purchase your tickets for $10 per person. This charge helps us defray the cost of hiring a private room.  Guests will be responsible for their own food and drink charges. Please bring your friends and colleagues.

Here is the link for more information.


On Saturday April 18 at 10.30am we will be hosting a family friendly potluck egg hunt.  For entrance please bring a bottle of booze and a dish of your favorite granny's ethnic specialty.  Please RSVP to to find out exact address (it is in Laurel Canyon in the Hollywood Hills) - include number of children so that the Easter bunny can leave enough eggs.   


Join us on May 11 at 6.30pm for a talk by the Dean of Loyola Law School Victor Gold on multicultural approaches to evidence law.  We are currently working on getting MCLE credit for this event.  It will be at Loyola Law School and will be free.  Also, free wine and nibbles will be served.  Please RSVP to to find out the exact room number.  Please bring your colleagues.   

Here is a link for more information 


On July 30 we will have a limited number of tickets available for an event in Westwood featuring a panel of Consuls General stationed here in Los Angeles discussing international responses to the Obama revolution.  Watch this space as more details emerge.

Thank you so much to the several members who have stepped up to help us help you in organizing events.  As with any group, you get out what you put in.  We urge you to please volunteer to help create an event that you would like to attend.

With very best wishes,

Mansi and Eiizabeth 

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