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National Lawyers Guild

National Lawyers Guild was founded in 1933 as a national, progressive association of lawyers dedicated to using the law as a tool for social and economic change. The Guild Charter values the rights of persons over property rights and its work reflects this focus on human rights. The Law School chapter of the Guild is joined with the Hartford chapter, giving a diverse organization of students and attorneys to plan Guild events for the Hartford area. National Lawyers Guild sponsors speakers on campus and co-sponsors events with other student groups also. The Guild chapter at the Law School is open to all and becomes what the members make it. It looks forward to welcoming new members and to sharing its events with the Law School community.

Officers 2021-2022

Co-Chairs: Jenna Pepe & Riley Breakell

Secretary: Sarah Freeman

Treasurer: Sanya Rashad

Community Outreach Coordinator: Mumina Egal

Officers 2020-2021

Co-chairs: Nate Fox, Ridhika Kartan, & Cassandra Kellogg
Secretary: Emily Pierce
Treasurer: Saman Azimi
Outreach Specialist: Zachary Sipala
At-Large Representative: Heidi Hernandez

Officers 2019-2020

Co-chairs: Nate Fox & Jenny Labbadia
Secretary: Rachel Catanese
Treasurer: Rob Brownell
Outreach Specialist: Paola Leiva

Advisor: Professor Jamelia Morgan

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