Our 15” x 12” plaque is milled from solid walnut and finished with a high quality stain finish. It is the envy of professionals and the customary standard-setter to display career achievements and recognitions.

***You must be a member of the National Black Lawyers Top 100 to order this wall plaque.

Our 15” x 12” plaque is milled from solid walnut and finished with a high quality stain finish. It is the envy of professionals and the customary standard-setter to display career achievements and recognitions.

***You must be a member of the National Black Lawyers Top 40 Under 40 to order this wall plaque.

The National Black Lawyers is excited to introduce our latest acrylic recognition marquee! This all-new design signifies your National Black Lawyers membership in a bold, modern and innovative display. Whether you place it on your desk, credenza, or bookcase, this new marquee will certainly enhance the décor of your office or any other room. The acrylic dimensions measure 9.25” x 11.25”.

***You must be a member of the National Black Lawyers Top 100 to order this desk plaque

The National Black Lawyers is excited to introduce our latest acrylic recognition marquee! This all-new design signifies your National Black Lawyers membership in a bold, modern and innovative display. Whether you place it on your desk, credenza, or bookcase, this new marquee will certainly enhance the décor of your office or any other room. The acrylic dimensions measure 9.25” x 11.25”.

***You must be a member of the National Black Lawyers Top 40 Under 40 to order this desk plaque

The cast statue is 12” in height and set on a 4” stunning solid polished marble base. The base is personalized with a decorative engraving plate highlighting the organization of membership. There is no better way to display your membership than with this tasteful piece of legal artwork.

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***You must be a member of the Top 100 or Top 40 Under 40 Black Lawyers to order this statue.

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Never Stop Fighting for Justice
Police shooting at targets Once again, another unarmed Black man was shot and killed by the police. His crime? Running away. As articulated by The Washington Post:
"A Pennsylvania police officer’s fatal shooting of a 17-year-old who police said had fled a car that the officer had pulled over Tuesday night in East Pittsburgh is drawing wide outcry, as video circulated showing the teenager gunned down as he appeared to run with his back to the officer."
As I watched the video, it reminded me of a hunter killing his prey. Although you are not supposed to run from the police, doing so should not result in your demise. Blacks oftentimes run from the police because we are scared, terrified for our lives. Historically, the police have not been there to protect and serve our communities, but rather to control. Unfortunately, I am not surprised by the tragic events that happened in East Pittsburgh. The sad reality is that Black lives appear not to matter. This is evidenced by the routine killing of unarmed persons of color. What will it take for it to stop? We need to demand accountability and transparency in all facets of our criminal justice system. Contact your legislators, volunteer in your community, and spread the word about your efforts to effectuate change. Above all, never stop fighting for justice. ​​ Melanie Bates is a former NBL member and a contributor to NBL News.One Georgia city’s entire justice system is run by Black women
Black woman judge CNN reports that South Fulton, an Atlanta suburb and one of Georgia's newest cities, has the distinction of being perhaps the first city in the nation to have its criminal justice system led entirely by Black women. The city of South Fulton was incorporated in May 2017, and work soon began on putting together a municipal court system. The women are quick to point out that this wasn't some kind of grand diversity experiment by South Fulton, Georgia's fifth-largest city, whose population is almost 90% black. Read the full story from CNN.Oxycontin manufacturer cuts entire sales team
  Oxycontin The Daily Caller Reports the pharmaceutical giant behind the painkiller OxyContin revealed it cut its entire remaining sales team in a shift away from opioids. Purdue Pharma announced the changes Tuesday, which will effectively end any contact the company has with medical providers regarding their medications. The company says that while it will still manufacture opioid-based medications, it is shifting primary focus to research and development into medications aimed at treating cancer and central nervous system disorders. Get free legal news daily from News.lawHarvard Business Review shares 5 tips for successful workplace diversity programs
Diversity arial view Research shows that most workplace diversity programs fail to produce meaningful diversity and inclusion, and some have actually increased bias among individual employees, according to a report by HBR. The first tip is to bystander intervention training, so people know how to step in when they observe instances of bias and discrimination. Read the full article from the Harvard Business Review. 
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