San Francisco Affirmative Litigation Project Info Session
Wednesday, November 28, 2012
Law School Events
Interested in teaming with top-notch attorneys to conceive,
develop, and litigate cutting-edge consumer protection and civil rights
lawsuits? Keen to interrogate the implications for federalism and democratic
theory when it's a city that's undertaking such initiatives?
Enjoy a non-pizza lunch and hear from Prof.
Heather Gerken, enrolled students, and a San Francisco Deputy City Attorney
about the San Francisco Affirmative Litigation Project. Imagine a public interest law firm with
significant resources, outstanding attorneys, and standing to bring suits that
most public interest groups cannot bring without costly class-action
litigation. SFALP students work with the
deputy city attorneys through every stage of the process, from brainstorming
possible suits to filing complaints to motions practice. Learn more on
Wednesday 11/28 at 12:10 pm in room 128 and consider applying to join SFALP for
the Spring 2013 term.
Please enter the organization/office sponsoring the event::San Francisco Affirmative Litigation Project