Members of the National Bar Association called on black lawyers to advocate for victims and protesters of police brutality by representing them in civil cases and pushing for reforms of the criminal justice system.

At panels on Monday and Tuesday, prominent black leaders in the legal community told hundreds of lawyers at the group’s annual convention in Los Angeles that they should take more civil cases and advocate for both legislation and politicians who support reducing police brutality incidents.

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