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People’s Law Blog Launched

“Loud and Boisterous” Legal Analysis in the Service of the People

People’s Law Blog, www.peopleslawblog.com, was launched on July 8,  2009, created in the tradition of noted “people’s lawyer” Arthur  Kinoy. Kinoy, who died in 2003, devoted his life to the defense and
service of people’s movements. Beyond bringing significant cases in  the fields of labor, civil rights, economic justice, and rights of the  accused, he taught the next generation of people’s lawyers–in
classrooms and, often quite literally, in the streets.

Kinoy reminded young attorneys and activists to be “loud and  boisterous” in defense of people’s movements, never shrinking from a  duty to “tell it like it is,” no matter how extreme or insidious the  oppression they were called upon to expose.

People’s Law Blog was conceived by its co-editors, Zachary Wolfe and  Heidi Boghosian, who perceived a need to provide progressive analysis  of legal developments affecting free speech, equality, the accused,  poor and working people, and a basic sense of justice.

Zachary Wolfe is an attorney and professor in Washington, D.C.  He  teaches at The George Washington University and writes for several  legal treatises including as author of Hate Crimes Law and co-editor  of Sexual Orientation and the Law, in addition to regular journal  articles and commentaries.  Heidi Boghosian is an attorney in New York  City, where she serves as Executive Director of the National Lawyers  Guild and co-hosts the radio show “Law and Disorder” on WBAI.

Visit People’s Law Blog at www.peopleslawblog.com

People’s Law Blog especially encourages organizations and solo and  small-office practitioners to contact us about the progressive legal  work you are doing so these good efforts can inspire others and the  site can better reflect the important resistance progressive lawyers  are mounting nationwide.  Send your suggestions or media advisories to submissions@PeoplesLawBlog.com

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  1. When was this exactly?

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