Lawyers Playing Key Roles Amid Unrest in Ferguson

, The National Law Journal


Lawyers from across the United States are traveling to Ferguson, Mo., to serve as legal observers, represent arrestees, educate demonstrators on their rights and perform a host of other legal services.

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  • Jeremiah

    Pretty decent coverage, but I do find it disconcerting that the National Lawyers Guild fails to merit a mention in the list of "Companies, agencies mentioned." I had thought that perhaps ideologically-based censorship would not be part of the coverage of an event like this, but then again, it is the National Law Journal.

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