Resources & Publications

NLG Review: Vol. 71, No. 4 (Winter 2014)

Special Issue: Race & Criminal Injustice

  • Racial Disparities in Punishment and Alienation: Rebelling for Justice by Adjoa Artis Aiyetoro
     
  • My Time in Ferguson by Curtis McGuire (see accompanying photos by the author here)
     
  • #BlackLivesMatter Kitchen Talk by Richael Faithful

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Guild Notes: Vol. 40, No. 1 (Spring 2015)

In this issue:
#BlackLivesMatter: NLG stands in solidarity with movement against racist police violence (p. 8-12)

St. Louis NLG files lawsuit to oust Ferguson prosecutor (p. 9)
NLG-Mass. galvanizes legal community for state-wide #BlackLivesMatter day of action (p. 11)
The Guild supports Walmart employees’ fight for a living wage (p. 5)
National Office launches first-of-its-kind Radical Law Student Manual (p. 14)
Meet the 2015 NLG Haywood Burns Fellows (p. 15)

...and more!

More Recent Resources & Publications

NLG International Committee Testimony to UN Decolonization Committee - Hearings on Puerto Rico 6/22/15

Jan Susler, co-chair of the NLG International Committee's Puerto Rico Subcommittee, testified before the United Nations Decolonization Committee, urging that Puerto Ricans be able to exercise their inalienable right to self-determination, free of U.S. colonialism June 22, 2015. Read or download the full testimony as PDF here and see the UN's press statement about the heairng at their website here.

NLG Review: Vol. 72, No. 1 (Spring 2015)

Baby Veronica Ruling: Implications for the Indian Child Welfare Act in Indian Child Removals and Adoptions to Non-Indian Custodians by Shannon M. Morris | "Mandatory Detention?" Why the Colloquial Name for for INA § 236(c) is a Misnomer and How Alternatives to Detention Programs Can Fulfill its Custody Requirement by Katie Mullins | More than Just the Last Gay Marriage Case by Nathan Goetting | BOOK REVIEW: Drones and Targeted Killing by David Gespass