Introducing the new board members of the NLG Review!
The NLG Review is the NLG’s intellectual journal which aims to publish timely, insightful articles that address and respond to the interests and needs of the progressive legal and activist communities. lt has been on hiatus since late Fall 2020, as we have been strategizing ways to increase capacity, streamline the editorial process, and improve the publication overall. We’re thrilled to have the following Guild members as part of the NLGR team, as they will help facilitate this process and bring readers a new-and-improved NLG Review in 2021—and beyond!
Stay tuned for the publication’s relaunch coming this October! In the meantime, read about the new NLGR board members below, and browse past articles at nlg.org/nlg-review.
Dalia Fuleihan, Editor-In-Chief
Dalia Fuleihan (she/her) is a staff attorney with the Asylum Project at the National Immigrant Justice Center. Prior to joining NIJC, Dalia was an Immigrant Justice Corps Fellow at the New Haven Legal Assistance Association in Connecticut, where she handled a wide variety of immigration cases, including both detained and non-detained asylum claims, and participated in the creation of a pilot universal representation program for Connecticut residents in removal proceedings. Dalia has been a member of NLG since 2015 when she got involved with her law school chapter. Prior to law school Dalia was a member of Students for Justice in Palestine where she was a co-organizer of a successful divestment campaign and collaborated on the creation of the SJP-Chicago network.
Michael Drake, Executive Editor
Michael Drake (he/him) was appointed to his role as Executive Editor after serving as a Contributing Editor for the Review since 2018. Michael lives in Chicago and is active in the NLG-Chicago chapter. After graduating from UIC Law School in 2020, he completed a fellowship with Legal Aid of Western Michigan focusing on eviction defense. He now works in private practice. Michael opposes institutions and social systems that subjugate the proletariat. He is looking forward to continuing the challenge of maintaining a radical, independent journal.
Jack Hsia (they/them) is currently a Blume Public Interest Law Scholar at Georgetown University, and graduate of New York University. Outside of law school, Jack has created Design For The People, a graphic design service that aims to provide community organizers, activists, local groups, and nonprofits with affordable visual tools for outreach and education, particularly on legal and policy issues.
Jack’s current and previous professions have included legal services, legislative community liaison, housing activism, educator, research assistant, and teaching at the university of Bogata as a Fulbright Scholar. They are active in Georgetown’s student NLG chapter and a legal observer in both DC and NYC. In addition to their passion for social justice, Jack enjoys sparring in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and rock climbing.