Continuing Legal Education Trainings

Join the Guild in these exciting new practical, skills trainings as well as take the opportunity to further service the people and the people's movements by focusing on key intersections between the law and pressing social issues.


 

Past CLE Trainings and contacts for more information

San Francisco

Litigating For Social Justice II: Trial Practice 
and Winning on Front of a Jury

The National Lawyers Guild  and the the Bay Area Community Law Foundation present a CLE program, Saturday January 26th, 2002 at Boalt Hall School of Law, UC Berkeley.  Legal issues examined will be, Jury Selection; Cross Examination; Closing Arguments; Money Matters in Impact Litigation; Designing and Using Exhibits at Trial;  Elimination of Bias; Representing Clients in Retail Discrimination Cases.  For more information contact the San Francisco NLG 
office at (415) 285-5067

 

New York City

Rights On the Line: Consequences and Implications 
of the USA Patriot Act and Other Anti-Terrorism Laws

The National Lawyers Guild, NYC Chapter, and the Center for Constitutional Rights present A full-day CLE Program Saturday January 26, 2002 at New York Law School 47 Worth Street, New York, NY.  It is co-sponsored by the NLG Post 9-11 Project,  the Legal Aid Society of New York and the NYLS Justice Action Center.  For more information on this important seminar, please contact Beth Gorrie, city chapter director at nyc@nlg.org.


Minneapolis

DISRUPTION, SURVEILLANCE, AND CONTROL OF LOW INCOME RENTERS OF COLOR: INCREASING PRESSURES, SOME LEGAL RESPONSES

A program on March 1, 2001, focusing on Housing issues for 6 CLE credits. Presenters include leaders from national organizations, Minnesota Black Lawyers Organization, legal counsel for Native American tribes, local church leaders and housing community activists, and others. This is a program which relates issues of race and housing and the repression/targeting of low income people who subsist on meager government handouts under increasingly regulated and paternalistic policies. Again, it represents coalition building within the legal community and with activist organizations.

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