Critical legal studies cls is a school of critical theory that first emerged as a movement in the united states during the 1970s critical legal studies adherents claim that laws are used to maintain the status quo of societys power structures it is also held that the law is a codified form of societys biases against marginalized groups 2 . A self conscious group of legal scholars founded the conference on critical legal studies cls in 1977 most of them had been law students in the 1960s and early 1970s and had been involved with the civil rights movement vietnam protests and the political and cultural challenges to authority that characterized that period. The critical legal studies cls movement came to the fore in the united states us in the 1970s this movement is a body of like minded thinkers who claim to attack the virtues that they say are proclaimed by the liberal legal system. The critical legal studies movement this book is a revised and expanded version of a talk given at the sixth annual conference on critical legal studies held at harvard. Bmlp provides legal support to local communities throughout the country as they demonstrate against police brutality and systemic racism we believe in a community centered approach providing holistic legal and technical service with an understanding that mass defense movement legal experience is often missing from the local equation
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