MD NLG LOs at J20!

January 20th 2017 was a historic day. Some might remember it for an inauguration (what was that guy’s name again?). Others might recall the massive show of resistance (“We say fight back!”). Either way, MD NLG was there, helping with legal observers.

UB NLG’s Stand of Solidarity against President Trump’s Recent Immigration Executive Order

Students at the University of Baltimore School of Law’s NLG Chapter issued the following statement on February 1, 2017. Dear Friends and Colleagues, We write today, with deep sadness and heavy hearts, as a result of Donald Trump’s xenophobic and cowardly ban on immigration and travel from seven Muslim-majority nations – Iraq, Iran, Syria, Sudan, … More UB NLG’s Stand of Solidarity against President Trump’s Recent Immigration Executive Order

NLG MD Signs Statement of Opposition to Any Form of Privatization of Baltimore’s Water Utility

The Maryland Chapter of the National Lawyers Guild has joined a coalition of groups signing the following statement: TO: Mayor Catherine Pugh CC: Council President Jack Young, Comptroller Joan Pratt, Public Works Director Rudy Chow and Members of the Baltimore City Council We, the undersigned groups, call on you to reject any form of privatization … More NLG MD Signs Statement of Opposition to Any Form of Privatization of Baltimore’s Water Utility

#J20 Legal Observer Training Online!

#J20 Online Legal Observer Training: 1/14/17 Posted on January 9, 2017 by Communications Director Join the NLG for our first-ever online Legal Observer (LO) training in preparation for the Presidential Inauguration in Washington, DC, Jan. 19-20! Hosted by NLG-DC Mass Defense Chair Maggie Ellinger-Locke and NLG-DC Co-Chair Caleb Medearis. The online training will be presented … More #J20 Legal Observer Training Online!