NLG’s 8th Annual Staying True to Your Roots CLE Day on Jan. 16

The National Lawyers Guild’s 8th annual Staying True to Your Roots CLE day will be held in San Francisco on Thursday, January 16, 2020 at the Practising Law Institute, 685 Market Street #100, San Francisco.

The Equal Justice Society is one of the co-sponsors and EJS Legal Director Mona Tawatao is helping organize the event.

The program costs $180 for the day/$40 per hour for members of NLGSF and co-sponsoring organizations, or $290 for the day/$60 per hour for non-members. On-site lunch is $15. Law students can attend for free but will be asked to pay for their lunches. Early bird prices are available now until January, register here!

PANELS INCLUDE:

Mindfulness and Meditation Training
This panel will provide 45 minutes of general CLE credit.

Race, Gender, and Class: Crossover Issues in Employment, Immigration, and Criminal Defense Law
This panel provides CLE credits for one hour of ethics and one hour of elimination of bias.

How to Mitigate Burnout and Substance Abuse
This panel will provide 1 hour of CLE credit for prevention, detection and treatment of substance abuse or mental illness.

Advocating for Unhoused People in the East Bay
This panel will provide one hour and 30 minutes of general CLE credit.

Plenary on Voting Rights
This panel will provide one hour and 30 minutes of general CLE credit.

How to Mitigate Burnout and Substance Abuse
This panel will provide 1 hour of CLE credit for prevention, detection and treatment of substance abuse or mental illness.

Happy Hour to Follow
111 Minna Street | San Francisco, CA 94105

This event is co-sponsored by the Alameda County Bar Association (ACBA), the Northern California of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), the Bay Area Lawyers for Individual Freedom (BALIF), the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), California Employment Lawyers Associaion (CELA), the Charles Houston Bar Association (CHBA), Equal Justice Society (EJS), Iranian American Bar Association (IABA), Legal Aid Association of California (LAAC), the National Immigration Project (NLG-NIP), Plaintiff Employment Lawyers Association CABAL (PELA CABAL), the San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association (SFTLA), and the Social Justice Collaborative (SJC). If your organization is interested in becoming a co-sponsor of this event please email marcelena@nlgsf.org. If your organization is interested in becoming a co-sponsor of this event please email marcelena@nlgsf.org.