Upcoming Events

Police and Prisons Committee Meeting

August 12, 2015

The next gathering of our Committee on Police & Prisons will be:

Wednesday, August 12, 6:30 p.m., at 1201 MLK Jr. Way in Oakland.

The National Lawyers Guild San Francisco Bay Area Chapter's Committee on Police & Prisons exists to challenge oppressive practices, policies and laws of law enforcement, prisons and jails used against communities of color, prisoners, and others. It does so by supporting community activists and building member capacity to support and be a part of movements for human rights and civil liberties. It's priorities include:

Bay TUPOCC: A's v. Astros in Far Left Field

August 6, 2015

Come enjoy an evening in Far Left Field with your NLG comrades at the A's v. Astros game. Field level tickets available starting at $25! All welcome and encouraged to attend. Proceeds donated to Bay TUPOCC (The United People of Color Caucus of the NLG).

A's versus the Astros
Thursday, August 6, 7:05 p.m.
Click Here to Register Online

Can't go, but still want to support Bay TUPOCC? Contribute below:

Doris Brin Walker Law Reform Committee

July 29, 2015

The next meeting of the Doris Brin Walker Law Reform Committee will be July 29th, 6:00 p.m., at Basil Thai, 1175 Folsom St. Between 7th & 8th in San Francisco. The agenda will include discussions on the Conference of California Bar Assocations and the NLGSF delegation.

The Doris Brin Walker Law Reform Committee, formerly NLGSF State Bar Committee, participates in many Bar related activities throughout the year and initiates progressive resolutions for consideration and debate among delegates to the annual State Bar Convention.

Demonstrations Committee Meeting

July 13, 2015

People working on cases are particularly encouraged to come - we will talk about ongoing cases and post-charging support. Other possible agenda items, to be determined by meeting participants, include upcoming actions, legal observer trainings and post-demo procedures, database conflict issues, ongoing work re OPD and BPD.

NLG Bay Area Next Gen Happy Hour

July 9, 2015

We will be having a Happy Hour for David Weintraub send off and social gathering for NextGen past, current or future committee members.

Join the Bay Area NLG NextGen Committee for a happy hour and send off for David Weintraub! David has been the driving force behind the NextGen committee, and the Mentorship Committee before it!

Don't miss this chance to show your appreciation while spending time with your fellow NLG students and attorneys! Everyone is welcome! We hope to see you there!

Police and Prisons Committee Meeting

July 8, 2015

The next gathering of our Committee on Police & Prisons will be:

Wednesday, July 8, 6:30 p.m., at 1540 Market St., Suite 490 in San Francisco.

The National Lawyers Guild San Francisco Bay Area Chapter's Committee on Police & Prisons exists to challenge oppressive practices, policies and laws of law enforcement, prisons and jails used against communities of color, prisoners, and others. It does so by supporting community activists and building member capacity to support and be a part of movements for human rights and civil liberties. It's priorities include:

TUPOCC Meeting

June 24, 2015

Join the Bay TUPOCC (The United People of Color Caucus)* for their bi-monthly meeting!

6:30pm, Wednesday, June 24th

Location: 558 Capp Street, 2nd Floor in San Francisco

*TUPOCC is open to all members who self-identify as a person of color.

Writing Advocacy Letters for Medical Care, Mental Health Care, and Disability Accommodations

June 23, 2015

Support From Outside the Walls Training 9

Tuesday, June 23, 2015 6-8PM
Trainers, Rebekah Evenson, Alison Hardy, Prison Law Office
1201 Martin Luther King Jr. Way, Ste. 200 (Accessible)
Close to 12th St Bart, Oakland
1 Hour General CLE Credit & 1 Hour Elimination of Bias CLE Credit

Participants will learn how to:

Police and Prisons Committee Meeting (date change)

June 17, 2015

The next gathering of our Committee on Police & Prisons will be: Wednesday, June 17, 6:30 p.m., 1201 MLK Jr. Way in Oakland.

The National Lawyers Guild San Francisco Bay Area Chapter's Committee on Police & Prisons exists to challenge oppressive practices, policies and laws of law enforcement, prisons and jails used against communities of color, prisoners, and others. It does so by supporting community activists and building member capacity to support and be a part of movements for human rights and civil liberties. It's priorities include:

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