CUNY Law Review 17.2 Author, G. Flint Taylor’s Article in In These Times
CUNY Law Review 17.2 author, G. Flint Taylor recently published an article with In These Times focusing on Chicago Police Commander Jon Burge which he discusses in length in his CUNY Law Review article: The Chicago Police Torture Scandal: A Legal and Political History.
“Flint Taylor is a founding partner of the People’s Law Office in Chicago. He is one of the lawyers for the families of slain Black Panther leaders Fred Hampton and Mark Clark, and together with his law partner Jeffrey Haas was trial counsel in the marathon 1976 civil trial. He has also represented many survivors of Chicago police torture, and has done battle with the Chicago Police Department—and the Fraternal Order of Police—on numerous occasions over his 45 year career as a people’s lawyer.”
You can read G. Flint Taylor’s piece in In These Times Here:
You can read G. Flint Taylor’s CUNY Law Review Article Here:
The Chicago Police Torture Scandal: A Legal and Political History by G. Flint Taylor, founding partner, People’s Law Office (PLO).