The Guild’s annual Staying True to Your Roots CLE

January 19, 2018

Join your colleagues and friends for the National Lawyers Guild’s 6th Annual Staying True to Your Roots program, a day of inspiring and useful continuing legal education taught by leading advocates in the fields of social justice lawyering and legal work. On-site lunch is $15. Law students can attend for free but will be asked to pay for their lunches. *No one will be turned away for lack of funds.

Register Here!

Holiday Party and Auction

December 14, 2017

Celebrate the start of the Holiday Season with friends and NLG comrades as we look ahead to a new year advancing the struggle for social justice! Bid on great getaways and holiday gifts, vacation homes, and much more! Enjoy free food and merriment.

NLGSF Holiday Party & Auction - Siegel and Yee - 475 14th St, Ste. 500, Oakland, CA. 6 - 9 pm

Free for sustainers, advocates, law students, and recent grads. All others $10 - $20 sliding scale, no one turned away for lack of funds. Cash bar.

NLG-LEC Fall Conference Call: Paid Jobs and Internships in Workers' Rights

November 2, 2017

On Thursday 11/2 from 5:30-7:00pm, join with other law students across the country in a conference call with representatives from the SEIU and the Peggy Browning Fund to learn about summer and post-grad job opportunities.

Law students of all years are invited to learn about paid summer and post-graduate fellowships in workers’ rights!

Hosted by the National Lawyers Guild Labor and Employment Committee

Thursday, November 2, 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. EST Call-In #: (712) 451-0893 Access Code: 155596

Custody & Security Classifications in CDCR

November 7, 2017

Save the Date: Custody & Security Classifications in CDCr

Prisoner Advocacy Network & Hastings Prisoner Outreach Present

November 7th 7-9 PM Location TBD, Depending on Number of RSVPs, Only Emailed to those that RSVP

CLE: 1 Hr. General & 1 Hr. Elimination of Bias

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Panelists TBD, including Eva DeLair, Lead Attorney, Prisoner Advocacy Network John Sales, formerly incarcerated parole and immigration advocate.


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