April 22: Impunity and the Egyptian Revolution with Gamal Eid

“Impunity and the Egyptian Revolution”
A Presentation by Egyptian Human Rights Lawyer Gamal Eid

Gamal Eid is founder and executive director of the Arabic Network for Human Rights Information, the Arab world’s leading organization providing original research, legal aid, and technical, networking, and strategic support for the defense of freedom of opinion, expression, and belief. A graduate of `Ain Shams University College of Law, Eid has been lead defense lawyer in many of Egypt’s most important human rights cases, and writes and speaks regularly on international human rights and freedom of expression developments. He is also an experienced trainer on human rights research, monitoring, and legal aid, and issues relating to the use of the internet in defense of human rights.

Where: NYU Law School, 40 Washington Sq. South/ Vanderbilt Hall Room 216, NYC
When: Friday April 22 7:00 P.M.

Other Panelists Include:
Jeanne Mirer – Jeanne is the current President of the International Association of Democratic Lawyers (IADL). She has been an active member of the National Lawyers Guild for over 40 years and serves as the co-chair of the NLG-International Committee.

Lamis Deek – An attorney and human rights advocate specializing in defending Arab & Muslim community members, activists and organizers against governmental attack. Lamis is a long time member of Al-Awda NY and the National Lawyers Guild. She is co-founder of the US Palestine Community Network.

Sponsored by:
National Lawyers Guild-International Committee
NYU National Lawyers Guild Chapter
Center for Constitutional Rights
Al-Awda New York
NLG NY Chapter