As a member of the National Lawyers Guild, you join thousands of others who have dedicated their lives and careers to the proposition that the law should serve the people. You help determine the direction of the Guild, and you help make us a stronger community of like-minded individuals working for social change. Each lawyer, law student, legal worker or jailhouse lawyer who joins our ranks brings us another step closer to a just world. We benefit from both the stability and experience of our long-standing members and from the vitality of our newer members who carry on our legacy with a sense of urgency and energy. While the Guild has grown older and wiser, our nation’s leaders have not. The Guild is a dynamic, living organization made up of members who never stop challenging themselves and who never rest in their quest for justice.
Subscriptions to our publications, Guild Notes and NLG Review, and eligibility to submit articles to both
Media exposure for your Guild-related work
Support resistance movements in your local Northern California communities, including: Alpine, Amador, Butte, Calaveras, Colusa, El Dorado, Glenn, Lassen, Modoc, Nevada, Placer, Plumas, Sacramento, San Joaquin, Shasta, Sierra, Siskiyou, Sutter, Tehama, Trinity, Yolo, & Yuba.
Most importantly, developing connections with a community of radical legal professionals!
May NLG Sacramento members chair and staff committees?
Yes. NLG Sacramento offers many opportunities to serve on committees. Committees form and shift given interest and community need. Currently, NLG Sacramento has formed the following committee. To contact the committee chair or liaison, please click on the committee name, and your will be directed to the appropriate NLG Sacramento member.
The National Lawyers Guild is open to all lawyers, legal workers, and law students who identify with NLG's mission. Membership allows voting in all NLG elections, and access to member-only materials and resources. Please make sure your dues are current. For more information, click here: https://www.nlg.org/join/