Events

Past Events

March 23, 2022

Radical Queer Legal Studies Speaker Series: In Conversation with Katie L. Acosta

National Lawyers Guild of Lewis & Clark Law School, National Lawyers Guild of Portland, and OutLaw of Lewis & Clark Law School are thrilled to welcome Professor Katie L. Acosta (she/her) of Georgia State University.

This virtual event will feature a lecture of 60 minutes followed by a conversation facilitated by Akriti Bhargava ’22 (she/her). This event requires pre-registration, is free of charge, and offers 1.0 Access to Justice CLE credits for members of the Oregon State Bar. A Zoom link will be sent out to those who pre-register in the days ahead of the event. This event will be live and unrecorded.

October 1, 2020

DisOrientation

Legal Observer Training
September 30, 2020

DisOrientation

Staying Radical in Law School Webinar
September 29, 2020

DisOrientation

Law School and Beyond Panel with Local Attorneys
September 28, 2020

DisOrientation

Movement Lawyering Webinar
September 11, 2020

Student Org Fair

Come learn about NLG at the Student Org Fair!
September 10, 2020

Student Org Fair

Come learn about NLG at the Student Org Fair!
September 9, 2020

Student Org Fair

Come learn about NLG at the Student Org Fair!
November 3, 2016

Screening and Discussion: The newly-released documentary, “13th”

The newly-released documentary, 13th, focuses on the critical language of the 13th Amendment, which abolished slavery, except as punishment for a crime. The screening will be followed by a discussion, and pizza and beer will be served!
November 3, 2016

Portland Police Union Contract Panel

Leaders of local activist group Don’t Shoot Portland, and Portland NLG member/civil rights attorney Ashlee Albies, will discuss recent events surrounding the controversial Portland Police Association contract, which was pushed through City Council with little community oversight and significant opposition. Lunch provided, vegan diets welcome.