Immigration Know Your Rights Presentation Requests

If you are a community group and would like to request a Know Your Rights training by members of the NLG-SF immigration committee and trained affiliates, please fill out these forms and answer questions fully and we will get back to you. Please note that we are an all volunteer group, and cannot guarantee presenters for every request made. Please allow for at least 4 weeks notice to allow us adequate time to find presenters and plan the format with organizers. This information is privileged and confidential. Thank you!

November Membership Meeting & NLG SF Elections

November 18, 2017

Election time is upon us!
Our Chapter elections will take place at our Chapter Membership Meeting on Saturday, November 18th, 2017, South Berkeley Senior Center 2939 Ellis St, Berkeley, CA 94703

Polls will open at 6:30PM and close at 8:30PM for those who wish to vote in person.

Programming will begin at 6:30PM.

Election Timeline

Online Ballots - Click Here National Lawyers Guild SFBA Chapter 2017 Ballot

September Members Meeting

September 21, 2017


Immigration Work in the Era of Trump Strategies. Tactics. Resilience.

Thursday, September 21, 6:30 pm

Oakstop 1721 Broadway #201, Oakland International Conference Room located upstairs. Accessibility: elevator available.

Aradhana Tiwari - NLGSF Immigration Committee

Elicia Vafaie - Asian Law Caucus

Sandy Valencia - California Immigrant Youth Justice Alliance

Nakia Woods - Black Alliance for Just Immigration

July Membership Meeting

July 21, 2017

Join the Conversation!

Keeping Ourselves Safe: Physical & Digital Security

Speakers: Tur-ha AK, Anti Police-Terror Project/ A.R.M.E.D. & Mark Burdett, Electronic Frontier Foundation Moderated by Cat Brooks

Oakstop 1721 Broadway #201, Oakland International Conference Room located in the Basement

6:30 - 8:30 pm

Suggested donation $20, to cover event costs, no one is turned away for lack of funds

June 15th Membership Meeting - Discussion on “Bodies and Bondage: A History of California’s Prisons” with Jared Rudolph of the Prison Advocacy Network

Jared Rudolph is a criminal defense attorney and the founder of Prisoner Reentry Network (, a non-profit that supports successful transitions from incarceration to the community. California's prison system started as a privately-run barge anchored in the Bay, and was embroiled in corruption, political scandal, and violence. Since then, our system has grown to incarcerate more people than the population of Berkeley.


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