Category: community

KPW Joins ACLU of Louisiana’s Justice Lab: Putting Racist Policing on Trial

Kuchler Polk Weiner, along with 18 other leading private law firms, is joining ACLU of Louisiana’s initiative to challenge racially discriminatory policing practices. The litigation campaign, Justice Lab: Putting Racist Policing on Trial, plans “to bring up to 1,000 cases in Louisiana challenging racially-motivated stops and seizures under the Fourth and Fourteenth Amendments and any other applicable laws.” The firm is honored to support this effort.

KPW Participates in the Children’s March for Racial Justice

On June 20, 2020, Kuchler Polk Weiner attorneys and staff members participated in the Children’s March for Racial Justice, hosted by the ACLU of Louisiana. The firm was a co-sponsor of the event, the goal of which was to “provide a safe space for young people to learn about the Black Lives Matter Movement; develop the skills to identify and interrupt racism in their schools, neighborhoods, and communities; and make their voices heard about the future they want to build.”

KPW Associate Kennard Davis Participates in High School Law Day

Associate Kennard Davis participated in the Greater New Orleans Louis A. Martinet Society and Loyola University New Orleans College of Law’s High School Law Day on Friday, February 22, 2019. Kennard served as a panelist for over 60 high school students from Warren Eastern Senior High School. This event took place at Loyola University New Orleans College of Law, with the focus of fostering local high school students to attend law school.

KPW Attorneys Participate in Martinet Society’s Pathway & Pipelines to Success Program

Darleene Peters, Kennard Davis, and Marcus Hunter served as Attorney Volunteers in the Louis A. Martinet Society’s 4th Annual Pathways & Pipelines to Success Program. The Pathways and Pipelines program is designed to promote and prepare future attorneys of color by offering them opportunities to meet, network with, and obtain one-on-one resume writing and interviewing techniques from Judges and Attorneys from the Greater New Orleans area. This year the program had over 140 law students registered, and over 70 practitioners volunteered. This annual event took place on Saturday, February 2nd at Loyola University New Orleans College of Law.