Guild Notes

Guild Notes: Vol. 40, No. 4 (Winter 2015)

Relive the 2015 Law for the People Convention with the new issue of Guild Notes! This issue includes photos and news from the October's Convention in Oakland, three new pieces from jailhouse lawyers, and articles on asylum seekers, developments on US-Cuba relations, and NLG-SF's new Prisoner Advocacy Network.

Guild Notes: Vol. 40, No. 2/3 (Summer/Fall 2015)

  • NLG publishes complete Radical Law Student Manual
  • Guildies gear up for annual Law for the People Convention in Oakland, CA
  • New column, "Beyond Bars": Voices from NLG Jailhouse Lawyers
  • People's Tribunals Deliver Justice for Victims of Human Rights Violations
  • Chicago Activists Obtain Reparations for Chicago Police Torture Survivors
  • NLG Legal Observers Monitor Toledo Nazi Counter-Protest
  • NLG Goes to Cuba
  • NLG-NYC Parole Prep Project Sees Sucessful Results
  • Remembering Detroit Newspaper Strike 20 Years Later

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

  • #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!

Guild Notes: Vol. 39, No. 2/3 (Summer/Fall 2014)

What to Expect at the 2014 Law for the People Convention
The Guild Bids Farewell to Executive Director Heidi Boghosian after 15 Years
NLG Victory in Occupy Pensacola Appeal
The Guild Loses Longtime Members Bob Doyle and Jennie Rhine
and more...

Guild Notes: Vol. 39, No. 1 (Spring 2014)

  • The Guild Ramps Up Organizing Efforts as #NoKXL Movement Grows
  • Losing Chokwe Lumumba
  • NLG Delegation to El Salvador Finds Elections Free and Fair
  • NLG to Senate:  Rejection of DOJ Nominee Adegbile Threatens Justice System
  • ARAC Challenges Utah’s “Ag-Gag” Laws in Federal Court

And more!

Guild Notes: Vol. 38, No. 2/3 (Summer/Fall 2013)

  • NLGSF: 1; OPD: 0; A Victory for Occupy Oakland;
  • New Animal Rights Committee Has Ambitious Agenda
  • Debt-Free Higher Education Moves Forward in Oregon
  • NYPD’s Suspicionless Stop and Frisks Held Unconstitutional
  • DOE Dismisses Complaints Surrounding Palestine Rights Activism
  • NLG Opposes Military Action in Syria
  • NLG Delegation to Venezuela for the April 14, 2013 Special Election
  • NLG Joins Diverse Coalition in EFF Lawsuit Against NSA Spying
  • Disaster Capitalism After Sandy Forgets the City’s Poorest

Guild Notes: Vol. 38, No. 1 (Spring 2013)

A federal lawsuit challenges domestic spying
Occupy victories continue in court
The strange case of the NATO 5
Lessons from litigating Al-Haramain
Guild amicus brief bolsters defense of voting rights
Puerto Rico convention preview
Students reflect on exoneration campaign
2012 Student Day Against the Death Penalty
Venezuela's decision to withdraw from the American Convention on Human Rights
Interview with NIPNLG Director Dan Kesselbrenner
Michigan members mount repsonse to democracy emergency

Winter 2012

Included in Volume 37, Number 4:

  • An account of NLG support for the Coal Export Action in Montana
  • A report from the national mobilization to support protests at the RNC and DNC
  • A round-up of student chapter activity nationwide
  • NLG election results
  • Photos from the 75th anniversary convention in Pasadena
  • Information about the NLG's new sexual harassment policy
  • Ward Morehouse and Gustin Reichbach remembered
  • An article about an NLG trip to monitor Venezuela's presidential election

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