Donate to a Journal Ad to Honor Audrey Bomse + Register for IC CLE: “Know Your Economic Human Rights”


Join the International Committee Journal Ad: List Your Name for Audrey Bomse! 

Celebrate Audrey Bomse, the winner of this year’s Debra Evenson Venceremos International Award by listing your name in a collective journal ad on behalf of the international committee. Donate $20 to the ad and your name will be listed.

Audrey Bomse is a global people’s lawyer who has defended the marginalized and disposed, and communities under repression in the U.S., Palestine, North Africa and elsewhere. She practiced criminal law in the U.S. for many years as a public defender and later civil rights law, representing the interests of the class of state and county inmates at the New Jersey Office of Inmate Advocacy. Her commitment to the Guild’s mission and the broader global social justice movement—anti-imperialist, anti-colonialist, and dare we say it, Marxist—is an example for us all.Audrey has been an active member of the National Lawyers Guild for 30 years, is past co-chair of its Prisoners’ Rights Committee and current (long-standing) co-chair of its Palestine Subcommittee.  She also leads a balanced life as a wonderful mother and grandmother, and rather rabid sports fan, always open to the occasional wager.

Name Listing to Celebrate Audrey Bomse – $20:

CLE Registration: “Know Your Economic Human Rights” 

The International Committee’s annual CLE will take place on Thursday, August 4 from 1 pm to 5 pm, featuring noted experts Jeanne Mirer, Andrew Reid, Eric Tars, and more!

The program will focus on economic human rights, their scope and application, relevant human rights conventions and treaties, and strategies for applying and using these conventions and rights in active practice. Economic human rights include, but are not limited to, the right to water, the right to housing, the right to social security, the right to food, the right to health. As people are struggling across the US for economic human rights, from Flint to California to Baltimore to New York, learn about how you can include these important arguments and legal rights  in your practice to support people and movements.

Application for New York accreditation of this course or program is currently pending. Appropriate for both newly admitted and experienced attorneys.

Sliding Scale Registration:

CLE Registration for those earning over $50,000/yr – $50:

CLE Registration for those earning $35-50,000/yr – $25:

CLE Registration for those earning under $35,000/yr – $15 :

CLE Registration for those who are unemployed or have no income is free. Please email and we will register you!

Help bring International Speakers to the Convention!

Please help bring international speakers, including Cuban guests, representatives of the Association of Latin American Labor Lawyers and the Canadian Association of Labor Lawyers, and domestic and international human rights organizers to the Convention this year! Your donation will make a huge difference in making it possible for the international speakers that bring needed and unheard perspectives to the Guild’s Convention. If you’d like to donate a different amount, please click here.

Donate $50 toward International Speakers hosting costs – $50: 

Donate $20 toward International Speakers hosting costs – $20: 

Donate $10 toward International Speakers hosting costs – $10: 

Click here for your total check-out:

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