Victory in NYC; Torture Scandal Arrest; RNC; DNC; Immigration Watch; Victory for Inaugural Protesters; S.S. Dignity Interview; Convention Coverage; Election Results; Committee and Chapter Updates; New Legal Observer Training Film; William Ayers at Georgetown
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Gas Drilling at the Marcellus Shale; Michigan Prison Update; Settlement in May Day Suit; Post-RNC Work; Reverend Pinkney Update; Delegations to Venezuela and Gaza; Skadden Award Winners; Bookstore in Phoenix; Switch to Electronic Publications; Committee and Chapter Updates; Tributes to Larry Hochman and Steve Hollopeter.
Preparation for G-20; D.C. Checkpoints Case; San Francisco Takes on Torture; Fighting Military Recruitment of Children; Prop 8 Protesters; Delegation to El Salvador; IADL Conference in Hanoi; Convention Preview; Committee and Chapter Updates; Tribute to Hugh Manes, Susan B. Jordan, William Moffitt and Doris Brin Walker.
Report from the G-20; Lynne Stewart Sentencing; FDNY Discrimination Suit; Rev. Pinkney; MCLI Wins Case for UN Reports; Delegations to Philippines and Honduras; Convention Wrap Up with Photos and Election Results; Chapter Updates; Jeff Haas's New Book; PCJ Victory
Student Disorientation; Amicus brief in Churchill v. University of Colorado; Education protests in Bay Area; David Cole’s Supreme Court Trial; Sugar Law Center celebrates 20 years; NYPD surveillance case; Military law update; Reports from international delegations to Puerto Rico, Haiti and Honduras; New documentary on Philadelphia prisons; Interview with filmmakers Sarah and Emily Kunstler; Chapter updates; Financial accountability of chapters and committees
A detailed report from the NLG. 171 pp. Available for purchase through the National Office for $5. Visit our online store to order a copy.
This book details government violations of First Amendment rights. To order a hard copy, contact the National Office.
A report from the Guild's executive director examining a hierarchy of government threats to the exercise of political speech. Currently only available in print format by ordering through the National Office.
New, updated digital version coming soon!
This Handbook explains how a prisoner can start a lawsuit in federal court, to fight against mistreatment and bad conditions in prison. Because most prisoners are in state prisons, the authors focus on those. However, people in federal prisons and city or county jails will be able to use the Handbook too.
This is the fifth edition, revised and printed in 2010.
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This booklet is a transcription from a panel held on October 7, 2008 at New York University Law School in New York, NY. The event was sponsored by the National Lawyers Guild, the NLG New York City Chapter and the NLG NYU Law School Chapter.