AFLSE Los Angeles: Reminder to RSVP for Upcoming Events!

The LA Chapter has been getting very active and we are thrilled to be seeing more of our members at the events.  The events we have scheduled for May definitely have something to offer for everyone so please be sure and RSVP early!

First, on May 11 Dean Gold of Loyola Law School is hosting a presentation on multicultural approaches to evidence.  This event is free for those who are interested in the topic and for only $20, MCLE credit is available for all of the lawyers out there looking to get their hours in!  Dean Gold is also generously providing wine and some nibbles!  Please forward this invitation to anyone who might be interested and RSVP as soon as possible so that we can make the appropriate room reservations to accommodate all of those who want to attend.  RSVP at

Second, on May 21, we are off to Ye Olde King's Head in Santa Monica for our monthly drinks mixer.  This is a great opportunity to spend some time with your fellow LSE alums and toast to the start of an amazing summer.  Because the economy is on everyone's minds, we are starting the mixer at 6:30 pm to take advantage of the last hour of Happy Hour at King's Head. Please RSVP at so we know to look for you at the event!

Third, on May 30 we have been extremely fortunate to obtain an invitation to the private residence of Japanese Consul General Ihara!  He will be hosting a cocktail hour for our group followed by a presentation on economic relations between the United States and Japan.  This is an exciting event with limited space available to please be sure and RSVP early so that we can try and accommodate your request.  Also, due to heightened security concerns at Consul General Ihara's residence, in your RSVP please be sure to include your name, home address and job title.  Without this information you cannot get clearance from the Japanese consulate and will not be able to attend the event.  (This information will be kept confidential and will only be used for this event.)  As always, please RSVP at 

Lastly, to make it easier to stay connected and informed about our events and the latest news from AFLSE, we have created networking groups on The Facebook group will not only have current news about upcoming events, but it will allow each of you to have immediate access to all of the AFLSE LA members! Members can post news about events that might be of interest to other AFLSE members, job opportunities, information about charities and anything else that might be of interest to the group. If you are already a member of Facebook, to join the AFLSE Los Angeles group please click here: If you are not a Facebook member, you can sign up at

We look forward to seeing you at these events.  Also, if there are any events that you are interested in planning for the group, please let us know and we will help in any way that we can!



Elizabeth & Mansi

AFLSE Los Angeles: Talk by Dean of Loyola Law School
Monday, 05/11/09 at 9:30pm

The Dean of Loyola Law School, Victor Gold, will give a talk to our group on multicultural approaches to evidence.

All are welcome!

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AFLSE Los Angeles: Monthly Mixer
Thursday, 05/21/09 at 9:30pm

We are kicking off the summer with our monthly Third Thursday mixer at Ye Olde King's Head in Santa Monica!

All LSE alumni and friends are welcome!

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Los Angeles: Japanese-American Economic Relations - After the New Obama Administration
Saturday, 05/30/09 at 9:00pm

AFLSE Los Angeles welcomes alumni and friends from LSE, Oxford, and Harvard.

Presented by Consul General Junichi Ihara.

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