ASIAN LAW STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION
LOCAL CHAPTER UNIVERSITAS HASANUDDIN
A. Tenri Khofifah Alimuddin
Director of ALSA LC Unhas
Assalamualaikum Warohmatullahi Wabarokatuh
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Asian Law Students’ Association (ALSA) is a non-governmental and non-political law student organization that spread across several countries in Asia which aims to advance and improve understanding of the different legal systems of each member of country by adhering to four pillars, they are: Internationally Minded, Academically Committed, Legally Skilled, and Socially Responsible.
ALSA Local Chapter Universitas Hasanuddin as one of the 14 local chapters under the auspices of ALSA Indonesia has become a place as well as a home for its members to develop into an ideal law students that implement fundamental value of ALSA.
On this year, our vision is to transforming ALSA LC Unhas as a strategic organization in human resource development and academic attainment. In hence to achieving our goals ALSA LC Unhas formulating several working program that designed to be sustainable and impactful that will be carried out by 10 departments that exist in ALSA Lc Unhas.
Different Things Unite in ALSA,
Synergize to The Place We Aspire to.
Always be One!
FOUR PILLARS OF ALSA
ALSA is a non-political, non-profit association that welcomes cultural diversity, advances the professionalism and hard-working ethic in which are the evident characteristic of Asians.
ALSA has become and is continually improving as a premier association that provides the venue for bright law students to connect and develop as future leaders and major players of Asia.
The Constitution of ALSA, as the enabling law that creates the association, is in accordance with the provisions of the Swiss Civil Code. As provided for in Article 2 Section 2 of the ALSA Constitution, ALSA has its official seat in Zurich, Switzerland and is therefore recognized under Swiss law.
Founded in 1989, ALSA Indonesia is a full and founding member of ALSA and divided into 14 Local Chapters of Universities in Indonesia, and continues to grow and set examples on how law students should be prepared to fit in the global area.