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June 13, 2015

DC-NLG HONORS, Katherine “Shelley” Broderick, Dean of UDC LAW SCHOOL

Celebrate the successes of the progressive legal movement with the DC National Lawyers Guild and its allies at the historic Bohemian Caverns!  On Thursday, June 25 from 6-8pm we invite you to join with fellow Guild members and friends of the Guild at this first annual DC NLG reception featuring food, drinks, conversation, and live music entertainment, including peace, justice and jazz chanteuse Luci Murphy.

The DC National Lawyers Guild is honored to recognize Katherine “Shelley” Broderick, dean of The University of the District of Columbia David A. Clarke School of Law, for her truly exceptional leadership and contributions to the DC legal community.  Join Dean Broderick and other guests of honor to steep in the politically progressive and comradely brew that is the DC chapter.  All our welcome - old and new members, friends, and allies of the Guild. We will celebrate our recent and historical victories and continue to build our community.  Always looking to the future.

I truly hope that each and every member and supporter of the DC Chapter of the National Lawyers Guild attends this event.   Please make every effort to do so.   Your presence will honor Dean Broderick, will build the Guild politically, gives us all a chance to meet old and new friends and comrades, and, importantly, your financial support will allow the Chapter to continue its work.



Tickets are $40 (proceeds to benefit the DC NLG) and are available for purchase through Eventbrite (http://www.eventbrite.com/e/nlg-reception-tickets-16801231937). Please buy your tickets in advance and help us plan the right amount of appetizers to pre-order. The event will take place on the first floor of Bohemian Caverns, 2001 11th Street, NW DC, called Tap & Parlour, one block from the U Street stop of the green/yellow metro line. In Solidarity,

Rachael Moshman, DC NLG Chair

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