The NLG-NYC would like to thank everyone who came out, purchased ads and auction items, sent donations and volunteered for this year’s Spring Fling. Your contributions made this year’s event a great success, along with the excellent food (shout out to the NextGen vegan cookies!), the music by Najib Shaheen and DJ Neva, and the lively conversation. We would also like to congratulate our honorees Lamis Deek, Lennox Hinds, Abdeen Jabara, Jeanne Mirer, Robert F. Van Lierop, and Jean Stevens.
Organized by (progressive/radical) law students from across the city, for law students across the city. It’s free (but please RSVP)! Here are the essentials:
Saturday, September 29, 2012
9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
NYU Law School
40 Washington Square
Session topics include: Don’t Survive, Thrive!, Co-Ops, Start-Ups, and Solos: Alternative Careers!, Mediation and Mindfulness in the Law 101, Pro Bono Project Trainings: Legal Observer, Street Law, and Immigration Court Observer, Speakers on anti-racist work in the law, Stop & Frisk, and more!
Enjoy a happy hour reception with awesome members of the city chapter of the NLG at Amity Hall (80 W. 3rd Street, Manhattan)!
Online ticket sales have ended. Please purchase your tickets at the door.
Angel Orensanz Arts Foundation • 6-10 PM • 172 Norfolk Street, New York, NY
Tickets $120 • Low Income $65 • Students $35*
Cocktails, Entrees and Hors D’oeuvres • Live Entertainment and Dancing
RSVP by May 30 • Deadline for ads: May 1
For information call 212-679-6018 or email email@example.com
*To find out about further discounts for student members contact firstname.lastname@example.org by April 15
Facebook – event details: https://www.facebook.com/events/309727915761208/