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- Summer Internship Opportunity: Jerome N. Frank Legal Services Organization of Yale Law School
- Capital Post-Conviction Project of Louisiana (CPCPL) Is Hiring
- LIFT Legal Incubator Program Accepting Applications
- James Forman, Jr. Presenting at Dillard University
- Career Opportunities: Southeast Louisiana Legal Services, Staff Attorneys
Category Archives: Events
James Forman, Jr., Professor of Law at Yale University, will present at the Georges Auditorium at Dillard University on Thursday, November 29, 2018. The lecture begins at 7:00 pm, followed by a book signing. He plans to discuss his book, … Continue reading
Inside Out: Reflections on incarceration in Louisiana presented by Level Artist Collective. Featuring Keith Calhoun, Glenn Ford, Ana Hernandez, Maria Hinds, Chandra McCormick, Brandan Odums, Sheila Phipps, Rontherin Ratliff, John Isiah Walton, and Carl Joe Williams. Double Shotgun 3024-3026 St. … Continue reading
Justice for Trafficking Victims: Criminal Restitution and Civil Remedies March 2, 2018 10 AM – 3 PM Loyola University New Orleans, 6363 Saint Charles Ave, Library Room New Orleans, Louisiana 70118
The Loyola Chapter of the National Lawyers Guild is hosting an event on February 20, 2018 from 12:30 to 2:00 PM in room 405. NLG will be hosting Albert Woodfox, one of the Angola 3 who spent over forty years in … Continue reading
Work with Philadelphia’s DA-Elect Larry Krasner. New job and internship postings for attorneys and students of all levels of experience. The Philly DA’s Office will be among the most progressive in the country with a commitment to ending mass incarceration and cash … Continue reading
2017 Gillis Long Public Service Awards At Loyola University New Orleans, the motto is “men and women with and for others.” Service and social justice are part of the university mission. On April 25, the Gillis Long Poverty Law Center … Continue reading
We will be hosting the NLG Southern Regional Conference this weekend at school. Registration can be found here. Students can qualify for Skills credit by attending the Friday CLE on non-unanimous juries; more information on the process is available here.
The Loyola University New Orleans College of Law & the Gillis Long Poverty Law Center will co-sponsor on Saturday a warrant clinic that allows people with warrants for traffic and municipal court or outstanding fines and fees to clear their … Continue reading
Join the FBA Civil Rights Law Section, in partnership with the New Orleans Chapter, for the first—and soon to be annual—Civil Rights Étouffée CLE in New Orleans on Friday April, 7, 2107 from 8:30am – 5:00pm CDT.
Environmental Justice Week at Loyola February 6-11th, 2017 Hosted by the Environmental Law Society Monday, February 6 Kickoff Event: Film screening and discussion of “My Louisiana Love” Room 405 from 6-8PM. This powerful documentary portrays Monique Verdin, a young Native … Continue reading