Watch! Know Your Rights: Legal Literacy for Scientists

Here's a video of a recent workshop led by CSLDF attorneys Lauren Kurtz and Augusta Wilson, and held in collaboration with 500 Women Scientists DC and the Union of Concerned Scientists. The presentation is meant to help scientists from all disciplines understand their legal rights and responsibilities, and how to handle different legal situations.

This workshop, led by CSLDF attorneys Lauren Kurtz and Augusta Wilson, was held on Tuesday, October 9 in Washington D.C. in collaboration with 500 Women Scientists DC and the Union of Concerned Scientists. The presentation is meant to help scientists from all disciplines understand their legal rights and responsibilities, and how to handle different legal situations.

If you’d like to learn more, most of the topics discussed are featured in“Handling Political Harassment and Legal Intimidation: A Pocket Guide for Scientists.”

Visit this page to see our full list of resources for scientists, including guides to knowing your rights while protesting or engaging in other forms of activism and what scientists should know about writing open letters.

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