Accountability in New Orleans Six Years After Hurricane Katrina: Community Lawyering & Community Organizing for Justice

Wednesday, October 12, 2011, 12:00-1:15 pm, Pound 204 A Talk by Norris Henderson, Executive Director of VOTE, and Davida Finger, Assistant Clinical Professor, Loyola University New Orleans College of Law Join us for a discussion about the ways in which community organizers and lawyers are working together to address justice issues in New Orleans. Norris Henderson is a community […]

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The Case for Local Constitutional Enforcement

Tuesday, September 27th, Langdell South, 7:00–9:00pm San Francisco Deputy City Attorney Kathleen Morris’ provocative article calls for overturning a century of precedent in local government law. On September 27th at 7pm in Langdell South, the author will be joined by Professors David Barron and Gerald Frug of Harvard Law School and Professor Richard Ford of […]

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HLS-ACLU Kickoff Info Session! Thai Food!

Monday, September 26, Pound 332, 12:00–1:00pm All students are welcome to our Kickoff Info Session! Come learn about wonderful civil rights opportunities and how to apply to our board. An attorney from the ACLU of Massachusetts, Sarah Wunsch, will also be speaking about current cases and ways to get involved. Hope to see you there! […]

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Executive Board Applications Now Open!

Interested in civil liberties and want to get involved with the HLS ACLU?  Executive board positions are now open to all HLS students (1L, 2L, 3L, LLM, and SJD).  If interested, please answer the following questions and email them to HLS.ACLU@gmail.com by October 3rd. Conciseness is encouraged! ­ ______________________________________________________________ Name: Year: Previous experience, if any, with […]

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