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We would like to extend our sincere solidarity with our fellow lawyers and legal workers fighting for the rights of all those who have been detained, arrested, and violently attacked for peaceful protest in the last few weeks.
The National Lawyers Guild (NLG) is closely following the situation in Turkey. We are aware of the extent of death, injury, and human rights violations committed against protesters, journalists, medical personnel, and lawyers.
In November 2012, Washington and Colorado became the first states—and the first jurisdictions in the world—to legalize the possession, use, and regulated distribution of marijuana. Although Attorney General Eric Holder promised in March 2013 to announce a Department of Justice policy to address the state initiatives, the White House has yet to take a position. This shifting legal terrain is the subject of “High Crimes: Strategies to Further Marijuana Legalization Initiatives,” a new report by the National Lawyers Guild (NLG).
United States-Israel Strategic Partnership Act of 2013 introduced by Senator Barbara
Boxer would negatively impact U.S. immigration policies and facilitate discrimination against U.S. citizens by Israel under the existing U.S. Visa Waiver Program.
This fact sheet is intended to help you advocate your case when you confront a bank, a lending com- pany or any corporate entity that claims you have violated OFAC regulations or the Iran sanctions. While this fact sheet does not substitute legal advice, this fact sheet provides practical suggestions for you to advocate for your economic rights.
NLG Review Volume 70, Number 1 includes the following articles:
Brief of Amicus Curiae in Shelby County, Alabama v. Eric H. Holder, Jr., Attorney General, et al. by David Gespass
Book Review: The New Jim Crow by Brett Degroff
Racism & Power: The Inaccessibility of Opportunity in the Educational
System in the United States by Neda N. Brisport
Right-To-Work Laws: History and Fightback by Jeanne Mirer
Inhuman Violence: Indiana’s Nineteenth Century View of Physical Punishment in Public Schools by David W. Frank