Helping The Community
The Law Enforcement Accountability Project (LEAP) is designed to help prepare lawyers, law students, and legal workers with techniques and strategies to combat police violence to increase the number of those equipped to secure justice in the courts and beyond for those impacted by racism, brutality, and misconduct.
Reinforcing our Commitment
Since 1968, the NCBL has championed the rights of oppressed communities. We’ve represented, advocated for, and fought for the rights of the systemically disenfranchised both inside and outside of the court. Our chapters include:
One Step at a Time
The National Conference of Black Lawyers (NCBL) is committed to supporting, training, and building a new generation of lawyers.
Through workshops, mentorships and providing resources that promote self-determination, fair treatment in the criminal justice system, and access to a network of radical lawyers.
NCBL is the legal arm of the movement for Black liberation.
We seek to address the injustices caused by the unjust, global, system of Racism (White Supremacy).
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The National Conference of Black Lawyers (NCBL) is an American association, formed in 1968, to offer legal assistance to black civil rights activists. NCBL is made up of judges, law students, lawyers, legal activists, legal workers, and scholars.
Noted clients included Angela Davis, Assata Shakur, the Attica Brothers, Geronimo Pratt, Mumia Abu-Jamal, Ben Chavis, and the Wilmington Ten. The organization lobbied against apartheid in South Africa.
Our mission is: "To protect human rights, to achieve self-determination of Africa and African Communities and to work in coalition to assist in ending the oppression of all peoples."
NCBL is a bar association whose primary focus is on the welfare of the Black community.
We are the legal arm of the Movement for Black Liberation.