Join the many progressive law panels, including our discussion on the links between radical immigration lawyering and the prison abolition movement at this year’s Progressive Law Day at UC Berkeley on Saturday, October 8th at 10am!

Together with Legal Services for Children, TGI Justice Project, and Oakland Law Collaborative, Pangea Legal Services will explore pressing issues at the intersection of immigration law, criminal defense, and the prison abolition movement. The panel will share examples of radical representation strategies for some of the most vulnerable and at risk populations in the country: children and adults in immigration detention.


A Gathering of Future Movement Lawyers & Legal Workers

UC Berkeley

Saturday | October 8th @ 9:30-6pm

Progressive Law Day (PLD) is a day-long conference, organized and led by law student members of the National Lawyers Guild, San Francisco Bay Area Chapter (NLGSF), and open to legal workers, lawyers, activists, and anyone interested in learning about radical lawyering and legal work. The day will feature panels on immigration, poverty law, prisoner rights, and more! This is a great opportunity to connect with future legal advocates from all across the Bay Area.

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