Teach-in: Becoming a Lawyer Without Going to Law School

Learn about California's Law Office Study Program and meet three of our staff members who have been or are going through the process of becoming a lawyer without going to law school!

ATTENTION: Our in-person attendance is at capacity! (Who knew this would be so popular?)

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Yassi, Ricardo, Angeles, and Chris will present on their experience as apprentices and will walk you through how to skip law school and go straight into changing the world! Teach-in co-hosted by the Association of Legal Apprentices.

12:00PM to 1:00PM: Teach-in on Becoming a Lawyer Without Going to Law School (RSVP below)

Learn about California's Law Office Study Program and meet three of our staff members and who have been or are going through the process of becoming a lawyer without going to law school! Co-hosted by the Association of Legal Apprentices.   

We will be live streaming this conversation! 

About the Speakers:

Yassi Eskandari is the Policy Director of the Sustainable Economies Law Center. In 2017, Yassi passed the California bar exam without going to law school. She is honored to join a movement of lawyers who are making our economy work for the planet and the 99 percent.

Ricardo Samir Nuñez is the Director of Economic Democracy at the Law Center. He's also becoming a lawyer without going to law school through the California Law Office Study Program.

Chris Tittle is the the Director of Organizational Resilience. He also passed the California bar exam without ever going to law school.

Angeles Gottheil lives in Oakland, around the corner from Lago Grill Taqueria in Lake Merritt. She moved to the Bay in 2008 and grew up in southern California since she was 5, when her parents won the greencard lottery and immigrated from Argentina. She works as a financial advisor and is interested in collaborating towards sustainable community investment. After deciding she didn't want to spend the money on law school, Angeles learned about the law office study program and filed her intent to study this year. Now she's looking forward to taking the baby bar.

For more information about the Legal Cafe, including the areas of law we specialize in, our upcoming teach-ins, and more, please visit www.theselc.org/cafe.

Legal apprentices unite!

WHEN
September 04, 2018 at 12pm - 1pm
WHERE
Online from the Sustainable Economies Law Center office
1428 Franklin St
Oakland, CA 94612
United States
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CONTACT
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