The January meeting of the Maryland Chapter of the National Lawyers Guild will be held on Wednesday, January 30, 2019, at 5:30 P.M., at Tambers Restaurant, 3327 St. Paul Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21218. If you have any items for the agenda, please email Curtis Cooper. See you at Tambers Restaurant!
In lieu of a monthly NLG Maryland chapter meeting in December, we have decided to encourage Guild members to attend a worthy fundraiser on the 12th of this month from 5-9pm at Peabody Heights Brewing, 401 E. 30th Street, to support Charm City Land Trusts (CCLT). 15% of the proceeds from Peabody Heights’ sales on … More No Maryland NLG meeting this month. Attend the Land Trust Fundraiser on December 12th instead!
The Maryland Chapter of the National Lawyers Guild will host a party to wish Professor Colin Starger “ka kite ano” (Maori for “until I see you again”) for his upcoming sabbatical to New Zealand. The party will be from 6-8pm on Wednesday, November 28th, 2018 at XS Restaurant, 1307 N. Charles Street in Baltimore. There … More NLG-MD Party at XS in Baltimore on November 28th
The next meeting of the Maryland Chapter of the National Lawyers Guild will be held in January 2019. Exact date, time and location of meeting will be announced as soon as possible. Look forward to seeing you there!
In response to Carol Park’s October 21st OP-ED titled “It’s Not Too Late to Privatize Baltimore’s Water System; Here’s Why We Should”. As an organization that has been fighting alongside our partners against the disastrous rise in water rates, the Maryland Chapter of the National Lawyers Guild (NLG-MD) was interested to read the Op-Ed published by … More Statement of NLG-MD in Support of Baltimore City Ballot Initiative E to Maintain a Public Water and Sewage System
Traci Yoder, Director of Research and Education of the National Lawyers Guild, has written a blog entitled “Battle for the Bench: Resisting the Rise of the Judicial Right“. This article is located under the Blog tab on the National Lawyers Guild main website http://www.nlg.org/category/blog.
Helping Immigration Justice of Separated Children (“HIJOS”) is an informal coalition comprised of individuals who came together to see how to maximize assistance to children in need of various types of services, in preparation for when the shelters in Maryland indicate what is needed. HIJOS has 200 individuals comprised of therapists (physical, art, music, expertise with trauma and children), pediatricians, social … More Helping Immigration Justice of Separated Children (HIJOS) Coalition – Efforts to Assist Immigrant Families and Separated Children