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Apsara Iyer elected President of Harvard law review

Apsara Iyer, is the first Indian-American to be elected as president of the Harvard Law Review since its inception.

Apsara Iyer '24 elected as president of Harvard Law Review (Image - Harvard law school)

Indian American Apsara Iyer '24 has been elected the 137th president of the Harvard Law Review. She replaces Priscila Coronado, class of '23.

Iyer is a member of the South Asian Law Students Association and a student in the Human Rights Program at Harvard Law School.

‌‌“Apsara has changed the lives of many editors for the better, and I know she will continue to do so. From the start, she has impressed her fellow editors with her remarkable intelligence, thoughtfulness, warmth, and fierce advocacy. The Law Review is extremely lucky to have her lead this institution. I cannot wait to see what Volume 137 will achieve under her leadership,” said Coronado.

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