Brooklyn Law Collective (BKLC) was founded sometime in October 2012 by Zach Liszka and Sam Gray, both in their third year of law school. Brooklyn Law Collective aims to be a source of legal information, advocacy, and organizing for people in Brooklyn, and New York City at large.

In general, a law collective is a non-hierarchical organization which provides legal services to a community or communities in need.[1]


  1. Phaedra Travis, Sarah Coffey and Paul Marini. "Wrenching the Bench People's Law Collectives and the Movement". The Earth First! Journal,. Retrieved on 25 December 2012.
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