NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF BLACK LAWYERS
Law Enforcement Accountability Project
( L.E.A.P. )
The National Conference of Black Lawyers’ Law Enforcement Accountability Project (LEAP) is a legal education program designed to train a cadre of lawyers to file civil suits in Federal Court on behalf of the victims of police misconduct and to educate the community activists to know their rights, especially during these protests.
Those taking this training will receive CLE credits to maintain their license to practice law and are encouraged to work with members of their communities as legal advocates in the fight against police brutality.
Next LEAP CLE Master Class: OCTOBER 8, 2021
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