At the beginning of each academic year, many NLG student chapters organize “Disorientation” events to introduce the wider student body to the NLG and “people’s lawyering” in general. Whether this event is a quick meet-up of like-minded folks or a full-day event with panel discussions and workshops, it’s a great opportunity to find allies on campus.
Please share our virtual resources such as the digital Disorientation Manual (below), Radical Law Student Project, Know Your Rights Resources, NLG Review, NLG Scholars, NLG Webinars, and more available on the website. Please also check out the many resources posted on our social media accounts (Instagram, Twitter, NLG National and NLG Students Facebook pages).
For more resources and tips for planning Disorientation events, check out the NLG Disorientation Planning Guide. To learn more about organizing Disorientation events, contact Director of Research and Education Traci Yoder at email@example.com.
View the full Disorientation Manual below, or read the full PDF here!