This webinar is sponsored by the Kay Bailey Hutchison Center for Energy, Law and Business and will take place via ZOOM. Please direct any questions about this event to the KBH Gmail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Presented by the Texas Lawyers' Assistance Program
Carlos Calderon, Clinical Teaching Fellow at South Texas College of Law
David Grenardo, Professor of Law at St. Mary's University School of Law
The Honorable Rudy Metayer '06, Pflugerville City Council
For Movement lawyers, lawyering is a tool to be harnessed and leveraged in support of movements fighting for greater power in a system that disproportionately concentrates power among the white, wealthy, and corporate. In essence, a lawyer is accountable to goals of movements. For these lawyers, organizers and leaders, the primary goal is not to change laws or policies but to change the disproportionate allocations of power that create and rei