Register for the virtual Symposium on Feb 24/25 -- Critical Legal Empowerment: Strategies for Community Built Justice

The Bernstein Institute for Human Rights and New York University Law Review are co-hosting a symposium titled, “Critical Legal Empowerment: Strategies for Community Built Justice.” There will be six panel discussions across February 24th and 25th. The symposium has been co-created by an Advisory Committee of legal empowerment practitioners in the US—community organizers, law students, lawyers, scholars—and addresses the power and potential of community-led critical legal empowerment; including the ways that communities can know, use, shape, and ultimately transform the law that too often shuts them out. Information about the Symposium, panelists, and registration can be found HERE.

Additionally, we are having four Community Action Workshops, interactive sessions spread over three weeks where practitioners can come together and interrogate legal empowerment as applied in real communities fighting real injustice. We would love for you to join, hope to see you for all or parts of the Symposium!


@TylerWalton @suktidhital

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