Are you a radical or progressive law student yearning for a community of like-minded lawyers who value human rights and ecosystems over property interests?
Have you ever thought that the intellectual pressure of law school does not support radical or authentically progressive perspectives, and instead applies a subtle pressure on students to abandon the political and moral values that informed their decision to pursue law in the service of the people?
Would you like to plan a “Disorientation” event at the beginning of the academic year to introduce the wider student body to the NLG and “people’s lawyering” in general?
If so, you have a home in the National Lawyers Guild (NLG), the nation’s oldest and largest radical/progressive bar association.
There’s only one problem! At the moment, we don’t have an NLG student chapter at the College of Law. (We had one through 2020, but the COVID pandemic complicated the handover of leadership, and the chapter currently has no members).
Are you interested in re-forming a student chapter here at Georgia State Law? Interested students should contact Professor Rob Weber at email@example.com.