The NLG Tulane Chapter was founded in 2006 by Tulane students interested in promoting the ideals and interests of the NLG National Board. We believe in the importance of law students utilizing their position within the community to promote social change. Our student members collaborate in using the law for social, political, and economic justice. We seek to educate ourselves and the New Orleans community about current issues affecting economic and social justice, to provide Tulane Law students with pro bono opportunities, and increase awareness of the Tulane Law School community in support of these initiatives.
Web site: National Lawyers Guild - Tulane Chapter
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