Over 450 lawyers and legal organizations around the world submitted a letter of support to Judge Preska in the sentencing hearing for Steven Donziger on Tuesday, September 21, 2021. The letter was coordinated by the International Association of Democratic Lawyers and the (U.S.) National Lawyers Guild International Committee.

It urges Judge Preska “to sentence Mr. Donziger to time-served based on the length of his home detention and the unusual nature of a private prosecution where the charges were rejected by the U.S. Attorney Southern District of New York. We note that Mr. Donziger maintains his innocence and has a demonstrated commitment for almost three decades to the cause of human rights and to helping his Indigenous and campesino clients in Ecuador deal with on-going health and land issues as a result of oil contamination. The extraordinary length of his pretrial home detention (over two years) alone warrants leniency at this time.”

The Donziger case is critically important for all human rights lawyers and movement organizations challenging corporate devastation of the environment and Indigenous land. Donziger was targeted by Chevron after he helped Indigenous peoples win a historic judgment against the company in Ecuador to clean up the pollution caused by decades of oil drilling with no environmental controls.

Read previous statements on the Donziger case:

Read the full letter below or download PDF:

September 20, 2021

Honorable Judge Preska:

As legal organizations and attorneys from the United States and around the world, we have closely monitored the case of Mr. Steven Donziger, a human rights attorney who, since 1993, has led an international team representing Indigenous communities and rural farmer communities struggling for environmental, economic, and health justice against Chevron for its role in the toxic pollution, environmental damage and health crisis caused in the Ecuadorian Amazon. Mr. Donziger ultimately helped these communities win a $9.5 billion pollution judgment against Chevron in the company’s preferred venue of Ecuador, where it insisted the trial take place and where it had accepted jurisdiction. This judgment has been confirmed by three layers of appellate courts in Ecuador, including the country’s Constitutional Court. It was also validated for enforcement purposes by Canada’s Supreme Court in a unanimous decision issued in 2015. Chevron vowed never to pay the judgement and threatened the affected communities with a “lifetime of litigation” unless they dropped their claims.

As a result of these successful efforts to hold the company accountable, for over a decade Chevron has pursued aggressive retaliatory litigation against Mr. Donziger in United States courts to silence, bankrupt and jail him. Because Mr. Donziger refused on ethical and legal grounds to turn over privileged documents to Chevron without first allowing for appellate review, Mr. Donziger faced civil contempt charges issued by Judge Kaplan. In July 2019, Judge Kaplan referred the case to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York for criminal contempt prosecution, which the Office declined. Thereafter, Judge Kaplan took the extraordinary step of appointing a private law firm, Seward & Kissel (a firm with known ties to Chevron and Chevron-related entities), to prosecute Mr. Donziger despite the firm’s well-documented conflict of interest. The Seward firm pushed for Mr. Donziger’s unprecedented pre-trial detention and opposed his request for a jury trial.

Mr. Donziger has served over two years of home detention–incredibly considered a “flight risk” in the middle of a global pandemic–after vigorously participating in his defense and never before missing a court date.  By his sentencing on October 1, 2021,  Mr. Donziger will have been subject to 787 days of house arrest while the misdemeanor charge he faces carries a maximum sentence of six months and the longest sentence ever imposed on a lawyer in New York for the crime of contempt is 90 days of home detention

We, the undersigned concerned bar organizations and jurists from around the world, thus urge you to sentence Mr. Donziger to time-served based on the length of his home detention and the unusual nature of a private prosecution where the charges were rejected by the U.S. Attorney Southern District of New York. We note that Mr. Donziger maintains his innocence and has a demonstrated commitment for almost three decades to the cause of human rights and to helping his Indigenous and campesino clients in Ecuador deal with on-going health and land issues as a result of oil contamination. The extraordinary length of his pretrial home detention (over two years) alone warrants leniency at this time.



Legal Organizations:


  1. International Association of Democratic Lawyers
  2. National Lawyers Guild
  3. Alberto Lovera Bolivarian Circle , New York City US
  4. Alfonso David Barrientos Zapata, La Paz – Bolivia
  5. Amazon Watch, Oakland
  6. Asociación Americana de Juristas
  7. Asociación Americana de Juristas Colombia, Bogota, Colombia
  8. Asociación Nacional de Abogados Democráticos, Ciudad de México
  9. Central Arizona National Lawyers Guild, Phoenix, AZ
  10. Centro de Documentación en Derechos Humanos “Segundo Montes Mozo S.J.” (CSMM), Ecuador
  11. Chicago ALBA Solidarity, Chicago, US
  12. Comite Dialogo Ambiental, Salinas, Puerto Rico
  13. Common Sense Legal Counseling, Somerville MA
  14. Community Housing Transformation Centre, Montreal, Canada
  15. Community Justice Center Fresno, FRESNO
  16. CORAP, Kinshasa, RDC
  17. CRED, Rome, Rome
  18. Defending Rights & Dissent, Washington, DC USA
  19. Democratic Lawyers Association of Bangladesh (DLAB), Dhaka, Bangladesh
  20. Detroit & Michigan Chapter of the NLG, Detroit, USA
  21. Ecojustice Legal Action Centre, Dundrum, Co Down, Ireland
  22. European Association of Lawyers for Democracy and World Human Rights (ELDH), Düsseldorf, Germany
  23. Future Law Institute (UK) , Bath, United Kingdom
  24. Haldane Society of Socialist Lawyers , London
  25. Hawai’i Institute for Human Rights, HONOLULU
  26. HICHRP(Hawaii Committee for Human Rights in the Philippines ), Honolulu, USA
  27. Housing and Land Rights Network – Habitat International Coalition, Giza, Egypt
  28. Indian Association of Lawyers, Mumbai , India
  29. Interfaith Worker Justice – New Mexico, SANTA FE
  30. International Association of People’s Lawyers-Australia, Woy Woy, NSW, Australia
  31. International Federation For The Protection Of The Rights Of Ethnic, Religious, Linguistic & Other Minorities (IFPRERLOM), Geneva, Switzerland
  32. International-Lawyers.org, Geneva, Switzerland
  33. Law and Disorder Radio, Cohost, Law and Disorder Radio
  34. Legal Centre Lesvos, Mytilene, Lesbos, Greece
  35. Mazingira Istitute, Nairobi, Kenya
  36. Monitoring Committee on Attacks on Lawyers, International Association of People’s Lawyers, Bordeaux France
  37. Nakuru Reproductive Health Centre, Nakuru
  38. National Association of Democratic Lawyers (South Africa), Durban , South Africa
  39. National Lawyers Guild – SF Bay Area, San Francisco, California
  40. National Lawyers Guild, Maryland Chapter, Baltimore City, MD, USA
  41. National Union of Peoples’ Lawyers (Philippines), Philippines
  42. Native Justice, LLC, Boulder, Colorado USA
  43. New Economy Law, Totnes, UK
  44. New Mexico Environmental Law Center, Santa Fe, New Mexico
  45. NLG University of San Diego, School of Law, San Diego, USA
  46. NorCal Resist, Sacramento, CA, US
  47. Notre Affaire à Tous, Lyon, France
  48. com, Caracas, Venezuela
  49. Pachamama Alliance , San Francisco, United States
  50. Palestine Legal, Chicago, New York, San Francisco Bay Area
  51. Parable of the Sower Intentional Community Cooperative, Richmond, CA.
  52. Partnership for Civil Justice Fund, Washington, DC, USA
  53. Plan B.Earth, London, UK
  54. Progress Lawyers Network Brussels , Brussels
  55. Project Blueprint, Marshfield, Massachusetts
  56. Rainforest Action Network, San Francisco
  57. Rainforest Relief, Minneola, Florida, USA
  58. Resource Generation (NYC Chapter), New York City
  59. Samidoun Palestinian Prisoner Solidarity Network
  60. Social Economic Action and Transformation for Humanity, Masvingo
  61. Ukrainian Association of Democratic Lawyers , Kiev, Ukraine
  62. University of Arizona College of Law National Lawyers Guild Student Chapter, Tucson, Arizona
  63. Water Protector Legal Collective , USA
  64. WESPAC Foundation, Inc., White Plains, NY, USA
  65. Women Protection Organisation ( WOPO ) , Lagos State, Nigeria
  66. Women’s Federation for World Peace International, Wien
  67. World’s Youth for Climate Justice Brazil, São Paulo, Brazil


Individual Attorneys: 


  1. Achim Rollhaeuser, Lawyer, Lawyers’ union for the defence of fundamental rights, Greece, Athens/Greece
  2. Adé Olaiya, M.A., UNESCO Inclusive Policy Lab Expert, Bristol, UK
  3. Adnan Mohammed, Sanaa Yemen
  4. Alain Bali, Los Angeles
  5. Alan Herzfeld, Boise, USA
  6. Alan Podber, Brattleboro, Vermont, USA
  7. AlanTimothy C. Lunceford-Stevens JD, National Lawyers Guild, NEW YORK
  8. Alaric Ohlson, Hamilton, New Zealand
  9. Aleta Alston Toure, Parable of the Sower Intentional Community Cooperative, Richmond, CA.
  10. Alex Galle-From, Minneapolis, MN, USA
  11. Alex King, Tucson
  12. Alexander Cameron, Washington, DC
  13. Alexander Sanchez Jr, San Diego, California
  14. Alice D Ellis Gaut, JD, PI, Capital Defense Mitigation Specialist, Tigard, Oregon, USA
  15. Alice Jennings, Edwards & Jennings, PC, Detroit
  16. Alice Slater, JD, New York
  17. Amanda Rude, Washington, DC US
  18. Amith Gupta, Atlanta, GA
  19. Andrea MacNevin, Lawyer/Mediator, MacNevin Law & Mediation, Halifax, Canada
  20. Andrew Bearkland, Washington, DC
  21. Andrew Fischer, partner, Jason & Fischer, Attorneys at law, Brookline, Massachusetts, United States
  22. Andrew Reid, JD, LLM, Native Justice, LLC, Boulder, Colorado USA
  23. Angelo Guisado, Staff Attorney, Center for Constitutional Rights, New York, NY
  24. Ann M Schneider, NYC Chapter Board member, National Lawyers Guild, NYC
  25. Ann Wilcox, Esq, NLG, DC chapter, Washington DC
  26. Anne Else, Omaha, NE, USA
  27. Anne Kaufman, National Lawyers Guild, Boston MA
  28. Anne Scheetz, Chicago
  29. Annie Bevis, Southampton, Hampshire, UK
  30. Antonio A. Oposa Jr., Cebu City, Philippines
  31. Antonio Oposa, Environmental lawyer, Manila, Philippines
  32. Aoife Fleming, UN Youth Representative for the Netherlands, Leiden, Netherlands
  33. Apple Joy L. Collados, Philippines
  34. Arnold Gore, Brooklyn for Peace, Brooklyn
  35. Ashlee Albies, Albies & Stark LLC, Portland, OR
  36. Auden Perino, DC Legal Aid, Washington DC
  37. Audrey Bomse, NLG, Brooklyn
  38. Ayo Figueroa, Chapter Co-Chair, NLG Maryland, Baltimore, MD
  39. Banbose Shango, AFGJ, Oklahoma City
  40. Belhassen Ennouri, Ennouri Law Office, Tunis, Tunisia
  41. Benjamin E Apple, Chapel Hill, NC
  42. Benjamin Hiller, Medford, Massachusetts
  43. Benjamin L. Rundall, Esq., Lawyer, Phoenix, USA
  44. Bern Haggerty, Laramie, USA
  45. Beth S. Lyons, IADL Alternate Representative to U.N. (New York), U.S.
  46. Bethany Spielman, Chatham
  47. Betsie Weil, Chicago Anti-War Coalition, 60643
  48. Betsy G. Cunningham, Attorney at Law, Baltimore City, MD USA
  49. Bhavleen Sabharwal, New York City, USA
  50. Bill Montross, National Lawyers Guild, Bethesda, MD. USA
  51. Bill Twist, Co-Founder, CEO, Pachamama Alliance, San Francisco, United States
  52. Bill Waddell, Attorney, San Diego, CA
  53. BJ Sachs Steinhardt, South America
  54. Bob Rossi, National Writers Union and Communication Workers of America (retired), Salem, Oregon, United States
  55. Brenna L. Torres, Esq., Attorney at Law, New York, NY
  56. Brett Hartmann, Salinas, USA
  57. Brian Concannon, Executive Director, Project Blueprint, Marshfield, Massachusetts
  58. Brian J. Donovan, Esq., ChinAmerica Legal Advisors, PLLC, Tampa, Florida, U.S.A.
  59. Bridget Feldmann, Tucson, AZ, USA
  60. Bruce D. Nestor, Past President, National Lawyers Guild (2000-2003), Minneapolis, MN
  61. Bruce Ellison, Rapid City, South Dakota
  62. William Michaels, Esq., Law Offices, Baltimore
  63. Camilo Pérez-Bustillo, Task Force on the Americas, NLG, Oakland
  64. Carl Hamad-Lipscombe, Brooklyn Community Bail Fund, Brooklyn
  65. Carlos J Bichet Nicoletti, Panama City, Panama
  66. Carson Tabiolo, Aiea, HI, USA
  67. Casey J. Mulligan, Boulder, CO, USA
  68. Casey Mitchell, National Lawyers Guild, Henderson, Nevada, United States
  69. Catz O’Neill, Ottawa Canada
  70. Channa Samkalden, Prakken d’Oliveira Human Rights Lawyers, Amsterdam, the Netherlands
  71. Charles H Nadler, Colorado Licensed Attorney (Active: 37698), Highlands Ranch, Colorado, USA
  72. Charles R. Miller, Birmingham, Alabama, United States
  73. Cheri Ibes, Santa Fe, NM
  74. Chris Kapilla, Edmonds WA
  75. Christen DeBard, Indianapolis, Indiana
  76. Christiane Henker, Germany, Chemnitz
  77. Christina Himes, Boston, USA
  78. Christine Kumar, Staff Attorney, Legal Aid Society of DC, Washington, DC
  79. Claribel P. Maduena, Law Office of Claribel P. Maduena, PC, Alameda, California, United States
  80. Claudia Kuhns, Yogarden Life, Denver, CO USA
  81. Colin Bradley, Colin Bradley Law PLLC, Phoenix
  82. Collins Mbuyang, Kumasi Ghana
  83. Colonel Ann Wright, Veterans For Peace Chapter 113-Hawai’i, Honolulu, Hawai’i
  84. Conor Bednarski, Attorney, Brooklyn, NY USA
  85. Conor Klerekoper, NLG, Tucson
  86. Cormac Cullinan, Cullinan & Associates Inc. (firm of attorneys), Cape Town, South Africa
  87. Cory Jane Rodas, Glendale, AZ
  88. Courtney Crowe, PORTLAND
  89. Craig Jago Beauchamp , Santa Ana, California
  90. Zachary Wall, Washington, D.C.
  91. Dale Lehman, Neighbors for Peace, Chicago Committee against War and Racism, Chicago Illinois
  92. Damon J. Brinson, Saint Paul, MN USA
  93. Dan Mayfield, San Jose CA
  94. Dan Parziale, Ojai, USA
  95. Daniel Goodwin, New York, USA
  96. Daniel L Meyers, Esq., NLG admitted SDNY, NEW YORK, NY
  97. Daphne Silverman, Austin, USA
  98. Daren Garshelis, Director, The Forefront Project, Berkeley, CA
  99. David Hunter, Solicitor of the Supreme Court of England & Wales, Bristol, England
  100. David L. Mandel, Elected member, California Democratic Party Central Committee, Sacramento, USA
  101. David Leeper, Retired District Attorney and professor, Madison WI US
  102. David Luna, Chicago, Illinois, USA
  103. David Norken, National Lawyers Guild Maryland Chapter, Davidsonville, Maryland, USA
  104. David Smokler, NLG-Detroit…member., Detroit, USA
  105. Dean Guiliotis, Lancaster, CA USA
  106. Deborah C. Anderson, Esq., Anderson Law, Washington, DC
  107. Debra L Link, SANTA FE
  108. Denise D Fort (Professor Emerita), University Of New Mexico School of Law, Santa Fe New Mexico USA
  109. Devon Paul, Toronto, Canada
  110. Diana Bohn, Berkeley, CA, USA
  111. Diane Pontius, Mishawaka, IN U.S.A.
  112. Donna Nevins, Houston
  113. Dora Rizzardo, Padova, Italy
  114. Doris Lin, Law Offices of Doris Lin, Esq., Freehold, NJ, USA
  115. Dorothy Knable, 350.org, NYC, USA
  116. Jeff Handmaker, Lawyer and Associate Professor, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Hague, The Netherlands
  117. Dumonde Slam Dunkley, Tuscon, Arizona, United States
  118. Dylan M. LeValley, Seattle
  119. Earl MacFarlane, Middletown, DE –USA
  120. Eda Gordon, New Mexico Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, Santa Fe, New Mexico
  121. Edre U. Olalia, President, National Union of Peoples’ Lawyers (Philippines), Philippines
  122. Eduardo Estevez, Hillsboro
  123. Edward Terrar, National Lawyers Guild, Washington, D.C.
  124. Edwin Dela Cruz, President ISAC Philippines, Manila, Philippines
  125. Eilidh Innes, UK
  126. Eirik Cheverud, Attorney, Hyattsville, Maryland, United States
  127. Eleanor Stein, Esq., Troy, New York
  128. Elena Hodges, NYU Law student, New York City, USA
  129. Elisabeth Hills, Memphis TN USA
  130. Elizabeth Barad, Esq., NYC Bar, ABA Committees on Interntional Human Rights and Civil Rights and Social Justice, New York, NY
  131. Elizabeth Lee, St Anthony NF
  132. Elizabeth M. Molchany, Attorney at Law, Member, Virginia State Bar, Front Royal, Warren County, Virginia
  133. Emilie N Junge, Member of National Lawyers Guild, Portland, Oregon Chapter, Portland, Oregon, USA
  134. Emily Hawley, Portland, OR
  135. Eric Esqueda, University of Houston, Houston, TX
  136. Erica Askin, St. Petersburg, Florida, USA
  137. Erin Sobat, Canadian Articling Student, Toronto
  138. Eva Golinger, Esq., New York City, USA
  139. Evelyn Chorush, Houston
  140. Fausto Jarrín Terán, Asambleísta, Quito – Ecuador
  141. Ford Law PLC, Phoenix, Arizona, USA
  142. Franz Bruggemeier, Staff attorney for Oregon Justice Resource Center’s Civil Rights Project, Portland, Oregon, United States
  143. Galahad Pe Benito, Quezon City, Philippines
  144. Garrett Wright, Member, National Lawyers Guild, Portland, OR
  145. George Kegoro, Human rights lawyer, Kenya
  146. George Symonds, London, UK
  147. Geraldine Sadoway, Law Union of Ontario, Toronto, Canada
  148. Gill Boehringer, International Association of People’s Lawyers-Australia; Co-Chair, Monitoring Committee on Attacks on Lawyers, Woy Woy, NSW, Australia
  149. Grace Lempp, Virginia Indigent Defense Commission – Assistant Public Defender, Manassas, VA
  150. Hajime Inoue, JALISA Japan, Yokohama, Japan
  151. Heather Kuhn, Student, Member of NLG, Buffalo, NY U.S.
  152. Helene Kim, New York, New York
  153. Henry Rodriguez, Esq., Law Office of Henry Rodriguez, Portland, OR, USA
  154. Henry Wofford, Production Assistant, Los Angeles, United States of America
  155. Hilary Zhou, National Coordinator, Zimbabwe People’s Land Rights Movement, Harare, Zimbabwe
  156. Hillary Exter, NYC
  157. Howard Silverman, Retired attorney, Newton, United States
  158. Ian McCurley, NLG Legal Observer Coordinator for Portland Chapter, Portland, OR
  159. Issa Samandar, Ramallah, Palestine
  160. Ivanne D’Laureil I. Hisoler, Cebu City, Philippines
  161. Jacob Erwin, Tucson
  162. Jacques Beaudoin, Director of Public and Legal Affairs, Réseau Québécois des OSBL d’Habitation, Montreal, Canada
  163. Jaime Hayden, Duluth, MN USA
  164. James Love, Honoka, HI USA
  165. James Marc Leas, Law Office of James Marc Leas, S. Burlington Vermont US
  166. james squire, seattle, WA
  167. Jamil Dakwar, ACLU, New York City, USA
  168. Jan Susler, CHICAGO, IL USA
  170. Jasmine Harris, New York City, USA
  171. Jason Smith, Key West
  172. Jason Sullivan, Pittsburgh
  173. Jayaram Thapa, Centre for legal consultancy, Kathmandu, Nepal
  174. Jeanne Mirer, NLG IADL, New York, New York USA
  175. Jeff Petrucelly, National Lawyers Guild, Cambridge, MA
  176. Jeffrey Frank, National Lawyers Guild, Chicago, USA
  177. Jeffrey Haas, Water Protector Legal Collective, Board, Santa Fe, NM
  178. Jeffrey Lake, National Lawyers Guild, San Jose, CA USA
  179. Jeffrey M. Feuer, Esq., Goldstein and Feuer, Cambridge, MA, USA
  180. Jeneva R. Kame Parks, Law Student, University of Arizona, Tucson, USA
  181. Jeremy Penn, Washington, DC
  182. Jerry Dohnal, NSW Law Society, Australia, Dublin, Ireland
  183. Jessica Coffrin-St. Julien, NYU Law School, New York, USA
  184. Jesus Rodriguez-Espinoza, OrinocoTribune.com, Caracas, Venezuela
  185. Joan Andersson, National Lawyers Guild, Berkeley USA
  186. Joan Levitt, Tijeras
  187. Joanna Rothchild, Attorney, Brooklyn, NY, USA
  188. Joe Emersberger, author, Windsor, Canada
  189. Joel Newey, Attorney, Portland, Oregon, US
  190. Joelle Eliza Lingat, Jersey City, USA
  191. John Chadwck, Veterans For Peace, Bellingham
  192. John Gear, Founder, Salem, Oregon
  193. John L. Stainthorp, Chicago
  194. John Mage, New York, NY
  195. John O. Curry, Seattle, USA
  196. John Philpot, Barreau du Québec, Montréal
  197. John Quigley, Emeritus Professor of Law Loyola University New Orleans, New Orleans Louisiana US
  198. John R. Evans, Esq., Kernersville, North Carolina
  199. John Ryan, Winnipeg
  200. John T. Fussell, West Hartford, Connecticut, USA
  201. John T. Mitchell, Interaction Law, Washington, DC, U.S.A.
  202. John Wheat Gibson, P.C., National Lawyers Guild, Dallas, U.S.A.
  203. Joie Peña, Santa Fe, USA
  204. Jon Sternberg, California Nurses Association/National Nurses United (ret), Oakkand/Berkeley, California
  205. Jonathan Boud, Middlesex England
  206. Jonathan Padwe, Associate professor of Anthropology, Honolulu, Hawa’i, USA
  207. Jordan Kushner, Civil Rights Attorney, Minnepaolis
  208. Jorge Cortez, Dallas, Texas
  209. Josafath Salazar, Lawyer at Hogan Lovells, Monterrey, Mexico
  210. Josalee S. Deinla, National Union of Peoples’ Lawyers, Philippines
  211. Josephine Smalls Miller, Law Office of Josephine Smalls Miller, Danbury
  212. Joshua Chavanne, California
  213. Joshua Cooper, Executive Director, Hawai’i Institute for Human Rights, HONOLULU
  214. Judy Somberg, National Lawyers Guild International Committee, Cambridge, MA, USA
  215. Jule Schnakenberg, World’s Youth for Climate Justice, Hamburg, Germany
  216. Julie Stowasser, San Luis Obispo, USA
  217. Jun Sasamoto, JALISA, COLAP, TOKYO, Japan
  218. Justin Orlove, Baltimore
  219. Dean Hubbard, Jr., Executive Director, Professional Staff Congress-CUNY, New York, NY USA
  220. Jeff Wang, Ann Arbor, MI
  221. Kafahni Nkrumah, Arlington, Tennessee, USA
  222. Karen Harrison, Canadian Buddhist Civil Liberties and Human Rights Association
  223. Karen Smith, New York State Retired Acting Supreme Court Justice, New York
  224. Kate Sinon, Bellevue, WA USA
  225. Katherine Holcombe, Attorney at Law, Washington, DC
  226. Kathleen Johnson, National Lawyers Guild member, Fairhope, Alabama
  227. Kendra Cruikshank, Oregon City, USA
  228. Kent Autrey, Koloa, US
  229. Kiman A. Lucas, Bainbridge Island
  230. Krish Govender, National Association of Democratic Lawyers, Durban, South Africa
  231. Kristina Mazzocchi, Partner, Mirer Mazzocchi & Julien, PLLC., BROOKLYN
  232. Kyle Barbour, MD, Rochester, NY, USA
  233. Larry Hildes, National Lawyers Guild, Bellingham, WA
  234. Larry Redmond, Attorney at law, Chicagp
  235. Leonard Polletta, New York, New York
  236. Les Wallerstein, Lexington, MA/USA
  237. Linus Lancaster, California Teachers Association., Sebastopol, USA
  238. Lisa Knox, Legal Director, Oakland, CA, US
  239. Lord Hendy QC, Member of the Bar of England and Wales and member of the House of Lords, London, UK
  240. Lorna Paisley, Lake Balbo CA USA
  241. Lorne Franks, Senior Associate, Maurice Blackburn Lawyers, Melbourne, Australia
  242. Lorraine Leete, Attorney, New York, Legal Centre Lesvos, Mytilene, Lesbos, Greece
  243. Lucy Lippard, Galisteo, USA
  244. Lucy Rodriguez, Immigration Attorney, KENSINGTON,USA
  245. Luís Carlos Moro, General Secretary, American Association of Jurists, São Paulo, Brazil.
  246. Luis Dussan, Presidente, Asociación Americana de Juristas Colombia, Bogota, Colombia
  247. Luke Laughlin, Law Office of Luke Laughlin, PLLC, Olympia, U.S.
  248. Maggie Ellinger-Locke, Washington, DC
  249. Maira Rios, Bakersfield, CA USA
  250. Mara Verheyden-Hilliard, constitutional rights lawyer and co-founder, Partnership for Civil Justice Fund, Washington, DC, USA
  251. Marc B. Lucier, Esq., Palm Beach, FL
  252. Margaret Rose, Director, Future Law Institute (UK), Bath, United Kingdom
  253. Margaretha Wewerinke-Singh, Assistant Professor of Public International Law, Grotius Centre for International Legal Studies (Leiden University), The Hague, The Netherlands
  254. Mari Inoue, Attorney, New York City, NY, USA
  255. Maria Cecilia Herrera, Quito
  256. Marie Toussaint, Lawyer & Member of the European Parliament, Paris, France
  257. Marie Vincent, Attorney, Pangea Legal Services, Berkeley, CA, USA
  258. Marilyn Winter-Tamkin, Santa Fe, NM
  259. Mário R. Cunha, São Brás de Alportel, Portugal
  260. Marjorie Cohn, National Lawyers Guild, San Diego
  261. Mark Brodin, Boston College Law School, Newton
  262. Mark Hickernell, Waltham, USA
  263. Mark Jacquinot, Schenectady, New York USA
  264. Mark Stern, MEmber international committee, Boston
  265. Martha L Schmidt, Co-Chair, Task Force on the Americas, NLG, Bothell, Washington, USA
  266. Mary Dryovage, San Francisco USA
  267. Mary Louise Dagatan, Talisay City, Cebu
  268. Matthew Laird, Thomas Keel & Laird, Denver
  269. Matthew McHale, Ypsilanti, MI, USA
  270. Maya Rinta, Portland, United States
  271. Meena Jagannath, New York, USA
  272. Mela Masi, Swindon
  273. Melinda Drew, Attorney/Law Professor, Arlington, MA USA
  274. Melinda Power, Managing Attorney, West Town Law Office, Chicago
  275. Michael Avery, Professor Emeritus, Suffolk Law School, Professor Emeritus, Suffolk Law School, Albuquerque
  276. Michael Letwin, Former President, Association of Legal Aid Attorneys/UAW 2325, BROOKLYN
  277. Michael S Goodman, Madison WI USA
  278. Michael Steven Smith, Law and Disorder Radio, Call Hass, Law and Disorder Radio, Cohost, Law and Disorder Radio
  279. Michael Ward, USA
  280. Michelle Lerner, Flanders, NJ
  281. Miguel Régio de Almeida, Law Professor, Portugal
  282. Miranda Rivers, Washington DC
  283. Mireille Fanon Mendes France Frantz Fanon Foundation, Chair, France/Martinique
  284. Miriam Stohs, NLG Colorado, Denver
  285. Mohamed Tahari, Tahari Lawyers law firm, Casablanca, Morocco
  286. Morgan Kendall, Kendall Carot senc, Montreal, Canada
  287. Mothiur Rahman, Lawyer, New Economy Law, Totnes, UK
  288. Nada Khader, Executive Director, WESPAC Foundation, Inc., White Plains, NY, USA
  289. Nadia Sindi, Freelance Court/Medical Arabic Educator/Interpreter/Translator, Eugene
  290. Nafe Hasan Yousef, Professor of international law, Palestine Shiya University Beitlehem
  291. Nakuru Reproductive Health Centre, Nakuru
  292. Nancy Hormachea, Berkeley, CA
  293. Nancy S Vann, President, Safe Energy Rights Group, Peekskill, NY, USA
  294. Nancy Sharp, Wilmington
  295. Nancy Taylor, LOS ANGELES
  296. Naomi G Harrison, Santa Fe
  297. Natali Segovia, Human Rights Attorney, New Mexico, USA
  298. Nathaniel Damren, Brooklyn Defender Services, Westmont, Illinois
  299. Natsu Taylor Saito, Attorney, Atlanta, Georgia, USA
  300. Nazune Menka, Lawyer, Oakland, CA USA
  301. Nicol Tobar Salazar, Potsdam, Germany
  302. Nikos Valance, West Hartford, Ct. USA.
  303. Niloufer Bhagwat, Vice President Indian Association of Lawyers, Mumbai, India
  304. Ollie Jefferson, Attorney at law, Fort Worth
  305. Osamu Niikura, Professor emeritus and Attorney at law, Tokyo, Japan
  306. Patricia Handlin, Water Protector Legal Collective, Chicago, Illinois, USA
  307. Patrick Goggins, Esq., Hollywood, Florida
  308. Patrick McCann, Lake Worth, FL
  309. Paul E. Merrell, J.D., Retired attorney, Springfield
  310. Paul Kaufman, M.D., J.D., Atlanta, Georgia, USA
  311. Peter Beattie, Woodville, VA, USA
  312. Peter Craig MARTIN, Legal Translator & Court Interpreter (retired), Seattle, USA
  313. Peter Frans Hoelandt, Private global citizen, South Africa
  314. Peter Lipman, Bristol, UK
  315. Phillip J. Crawford, Salinas, California, United States
  316. Pierre Serge Heger, avocat, Independent lawyer, Bulle Switzerland
  317. Pilar Noriega Garcia, México
  318. Pooja Gehi, National Lawyers Guild, BROOKLYN
  319. Professor Curtis FJ Doebbler, The Law Office of Dr Curtis FJ Doebbler, San Antonio, Texas, USA
  320. Rachael Moshman, Washington, DC
  321. Rachel Treichler, Law Office of Rachel Treichler, Hammondsport, NY
  322. Raji Sourani, Executive Director, Palestinian Center for Human Rights,
  323. Raymond Lahoud, Esquire, Partner and Chair, Immigration Law Group, Norris McLaughlin, P.A., Allentown, Pennsylvania, United States of America
  324. Regina Gregory, Honolulu, Hawai’i
  325. Renate Amesbauer, Women’s Federation for World Peace international NGO-ECOSOC, Wien, Austria
  326. Dr. Holly Beaumont, Organizing Director, Interfaith Worker Justice – New Mexico, SANTA FE
  327. Ria Julien, Mirer Mazzocchi & Julien, PLLC, New York, NY, USA
  328. Ricardo F Raphael, Jacksonville Duval
  329. Richard File-Muriel, Salud Integral, University of New Mexico, Associate Professor, Albuquerque
  330. Richard L Giovanoni, Morton Grove, IL USA
  331. Richard P. Koch, National Lawyers Guild, San Francisco, USA
  332. Richard Wagner, Laguna Hills, United States
  333. Richard Ward, USA
  334. Rita Jacobs, Member State Bar of Michigan, Lansing, Michigan
  335. Ritchie Eppink, Boise, Idaho, USA
  336. Robert Cheasty, Cheasty, Cheasty & Malek, LLP, Albany, California
  337. Robert Gold, Charlotte,NC
  338. Rodney Saenz, Manor, Texas, U.S.A.
  339. Ronald G. Isaac, National Conference of Black Lawyers, Silver Spring, MD, USA
  340. Ronke Adeyemi, Partner, Ronke Adeyemi & Co, Ilorin
  341. Rosemary Hnatiuk, Landmark, Manitoba
  342. Rosie Hinnebusch, Sarasota
  343. Rosie O’Malley, Chicago, Illinois
  344. Rouzanna Paladin, Marina del rey
  345. Ruth Santiago, Comite Dialogo Ambiental, Salinas, Puerto Rico
  346. Ruzzel Morales, Climate Reality Leader / Mentee of Atty Antonio Oposa, NCR, Philippines
  347. Ryan Bestford, GMIAU, Manchester, UK
  348. Sally Frank, Professor of Law, Drake University, Des Moines
  349. Samira Ben Ali, CAEN (France)
  350. Sara Matlin, Redwood City, California, United States
  351. Sarah Beth Cain, Knoxville, TN
  352. Sarah McKee, Formerly General Counsel, Interpol U.S. National Central Bureau, Amherst, MA
  353. Şerife Ceren Uysal, Vienna, Austria
  354. Shan Khan, Kirkland & Ellis LLP, Dallas, USA
  355. Shirley Pate, Haiti Oye!, Washington, DC, U. S.
  356. Sierra Rhodes, University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law, Tucson, AZ, USA
  357. Sinnai Pedro, Tuscon, USA
  358. Siobhan M Gilchrist, Atlanta
  359. Siobhan Miller, Co-Facilitator, National Lawyers Guild, Maryland Chapter, Baltimore City, MD, USA
  360. Siti Kasim, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  361. Solomon Yeo, Honiara, Solomon Islands
  362. Stepan Wood, Professor, Allard School of Law, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
  363. Stéphan Corriveau, Executive Director, Community Housing Transformation Centre, Montreal, Canada
  364. Stephen A. Justino, Denver, CO, USA
  365. Stephen A. Justino, Denver, USA
  366. Stephen Cheng, Valley Stream, USA
  367. Stephen D Livingston, Chicago
  368. Stephen Wasserman, Swampscott, Massachusetts
  369. Steve Ellner, Associate Managing Editor of Latin American Perspectives, Gaithersburg, MD
  370. Steven Goldberg, Retired Attorney, Portland, Oregon USA
  371. Steven L. Varnis, Nee York, NY. USA
  372. Stuart Russell (Professor, retired), International Association of People’s Lawyers (IAPL), Bordeaux France
  373. Sue Udry, Executive Director, Defending Rights & Dissent, Washington, DC USA
  374. Susan Scott, National Lawyers Guild, Inverness,
  375. Sven Ahlen, Arlington
  376. Tanya Smith, Kahuku, Hawaii
  377. Taylor Macy, Tucson, AZ, USA
  378. Tendai Chidochashe Mafuka, Director, Social Economic Action and Transformation for Humanity, Masvingo
  379. Teodoro Manuel da Silva, Canoas/RS, Brasil
  380. Thomas F. Baker, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, Veterinary Epidemiologist, Hamilton, Canada
  381. Tim Crosland, Director, Plan B, London, UK
  382. Toby Zimbalist, Lawyer, Phoenix AZ, USA
  383. Tom Hennessey, Solicitor, London
  384. Tom Rhule, Charleston Wv USA
  385. Verena GRAF, International Federation For The Protection Of The Rights Of Ethnic, Religious, Linguistic & Other Minorities (IFPRERLOM), Geneva, Switzerland
  386. Veronica Musa, Salta, Argentina
  387. Victor B. Olson, Progressive Legal Solutions LLP, Winnipeg
  388. Vivienne Simon, JD, Northampton, MA USA
  389. VJ Furio, Yonkers- USA
  390. Will Bourne, Brooklyn NY
  391. Will Merrifield, WASHINGTON DC
  392. William Louis Ryan, Public Defender, Kennett, MO, USA
  393. William Reilly, Los Angeles, U.S.A.
  394. Yevgenii Gerasymenko, President, Ukrainian Association of Democratic Lawyers , Kiev, Ukraine
  395. Yolanda Rondon, New York, U.S.
  396. Zachary Lown, Lown Law Firm, Boston

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