Forum & Meetup

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People Working Together

Connection is one of LawYou’s “pillars” (the pillars being Education, Connection, and Advocacy). We work to connect you with professionals who can help you represent yourself in court, and we provide the means through which people can connect with each other to discuss all kinds of legal topics. For now, those means of connection include a Google Group and Meetup.com groups.

Relevant recordings and other posts related to discussions and meetups are published on this page (below, after the contact form).

Google Group

Please join in the discussions. In addition to being able to connect with other pro se litigants, attorneys and other helping professionals, and folks who just want to know more about the law and courts, you also will be helping advance the LawYou mission by informing us about the topics that are most important to you.


Meetup

We also offer Meetup groups in Florida (the largest is in Jacksonville), with most meetings now taking place via conference call. Conference calls are easier for people to attend, and calls can be recorded and then posted here for replay. So please sign up, even if you’re not in Florida. If you can’t find the LawYou meetup (it’s not always easy to find particular groups on Meetup.com), please use the contact form below to let us know, and we will get you hooked up.

 

 


Applying Criminal Laws to the Public Display of a Hate Symbol: Part Two of Two

Our Meetup group held two “ripped from the headlines” topic discussions about issues surrounding an incident that took place on a Florida university campus early this year. That incident consisted of one person, who wore an armband displaying a swastika symbol and stood in an open square at the university,…

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Is the Display of a Hate Symbol Protected under the First Amendment? Part One of Two

Our Meetup group held two “ripped from the headlines” topic discussions about issues surrounding an event that took place on a Florida university campus early this year. That event consisted of one person, who wore an armband displaying a swastika symbol and stood in an open square at the university,…

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