The Public Justice Center and Baltimore Housing Roundtable held a 20/20 Vision Campaign Rallying Event on 5/13/17 at The Baltimore War Memorial. Members of NLG MD Chapter attended this moving event. Community members shared their housing experiences and their hopes for affordable housing.
NLG MD Chapter Meeting will be held on Tuesday, June 6 at 5:30 PM The meeting will be held at Curtis Cooper’s law office located at 401 Washington Avenue, Suite 200, Towson, MD. Just show up; there is no need to RSVP.
The Public Defender’s Office seeks volunteers for its Court Observation Project launching this month. This Project will bring together members of the community and students to learn about bail practices and receive court watch training. The Project runs 5/1 – 9/30; you must commit to at least 4 bail review dockets (approx. 8 hrs). The … More Court Watch Training at UB on 5/16
It’s time to get active with the MD NLG! At our February 21, 2017 Meeting, members approved new structures to help grow our Chapter. Details are available in the Committee Report linked below. Curtis Cooper has graciously agreed to carry on as a co-facilitator. We still need someone to step-up and become a co-facilitator with Curtis. If … More Get Active with the MD NLG!
NLG Meeting on Tuesday, May 16 at 5:30PM Miles & Stockbridge, Pratt Conference Room 100 Light Street, 5th Floor (Turn right when getting off the elevator) If you plan to attend the meeting, please RSVP by May 14 to Curtis Cooper. A list of attendees will be furnished to the 100 Light Street security desk. … More Next Chapter Meeting – May 16 at 5:30pm
Eight NLG members from the Baltimore area, a majority of them law students at the University of Baltimore, attended the regional Guild conference in Philadelphia at Temple Law School on April 1. Three of these members were panelists at a conference workshop on “Building the Guild in the Time of Trump,” and one was a … More Maryland NLG Turns Out for Regional Conference
From UB NLG President Aneesa Khan: UB NLG came into existence in March 2016 when law school students who actively legal observed during Baltimore Uprising realized that the Baltimore community was in need of a student chapter. Since our inception, our student organization has grown to over 60 members, with about 20 members who actively … More UB NLG Hosts “Change Maker Social Justice Awards” – April 13 at 6pm