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Radical Lawyering Conference
Date Saturday September 15
Time 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location Details
NLG Progressive Lawyering Day—September 15

Progressive Lawyering Day is an annual FREE conference organized by Bay Area NLG students to spark interest in public interest and radical lawyering and keep Bay Area leftist students networked. This year's PLD will happen on September 15 at GGU 536 Mission St. in San francisco, 9am - 5:30 pm. Attorney and advocate, Banafsheh Akhlaghi, founder and president of the National Legal Sanctuary for Community Advancement will give the keynote address. This year we have panels and workshops on environmental justice, immigrant rights, challenging white privilege in the legal community, critical legal studies, transgender people and the law, legal observing at demonstrations, police accountability, prisons, and more. The event is free and open to all. Food and beverages will be provided. The day long conference will end with a reception with a DJ and much cheer. Everyone is Welcome-you don't have to be at all involved in law to participate.

PLD 2007 Schedule

8:30-9 registration & breakfast - 2nd floor lobby

9-9:30 opening - 2nd floor lobby

9:30-10:45 Panels

Legal Observer workshop – room 3201

SF8 – room 3214

Environmental Justice Struggles in the Bay Area and Central Valley –
room 3203

11-12:15 Panels

Transgender 101 workshop – room 3201

Police Accountability workshop – room 3203

Challenging White Privilege in the Legal Community workshop – room 3214

12:15-1 Lunch - 2nd floor lobby

1-2:15 Panels

Day Labor Programs and Immigrant Rights in the Bay Area – room 3201

Critical Legal Studies – room 3203

Anti-Prison Activism – room 3214

2:30-4 Keynote Speaker: Banafsheh Akhlaghi - room 2201

4-5:30 Reception with DJ Chris Hernandez – 2nd floor lobby
Event Type Conference
Organizer/AuthorKara B.

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