Indian-Origin Student Elected As President Of Reputed Harvard!

Tue Feb 07 2023 12:08:05 GMT+0530 (India Standard Time)

Talent is not less in Indians and they are showing this by holding big positions in other nations. Indian-origin people living in other nations are rendering their services in big positions. Kamala Harris is the Vice-President of America and a few Indian-Origin people are serving as the MPs in other nations too. If things go well we might see an Indian-origin person contesting for the US President post.



Now an Indian-American student scripted history by getting elected as the President of a Journal run by the students of a prestigious University in the United States. It is said that an Indian-origin person elected as the Chief is the first time.

Apsara A Iyer was elected as the President of Harvard Law Review, which is touted as the oldest operating student-edited law review in the United States. Apsara is pursuing her Law at the Prestigious Harvard Law School. There is a procedure that goes into electing the President of the Journal.

The process to elect the President of the Journal is called write-on. As part of the process, the law students of Harvard Law School will go through any case in the Supreme Court or state house and provide commentary on the case.

Taking care of Journal is not new for Apsara Iyer as she was part of the Law School's Harvard Human Rights Journal and the National Security Journal. Now she was elected as the President of the prestigious Harvard Law Review.

Apsara will replace Priscila Coronado as the Chief of Publication. After the election, Priscila expressed her happiness and said that she is eagerly waiting for Apsara to lead the publication soon and see what mark she can bring in the next publication under her guidance. "Apsara has changed the lives of many editors for the better, and I know she will continue to do so," she said.

Iyer said that she is feeling happy for the next elevation as the Publication is filled with many young and passionate individuals and the Community has talented people."What's been so meaningful to me is that the Law Review has been an amazing community of incredibly talented, passionate people," Apsara said.