After graduating in 1990, he performed with the Limon Dance Company in New York for six years, eventually moving back home to Minneapolis to work with the Farmers' Legal Action Group.
What does LAG stand for?
LAG stands for Legal Action Group (UK charity)
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We have 73 other meanings of LAG in our Acronym Attic
- Lakes Area GMRS Repeater Group
- Landesarbeitsgericht (German: National Labor Court)
- Latest and Greatest
- Latin America Group (various organizations)
- Laufstall-Arbeits-Gemeinschaft e.V.
- Launch Analysis Group
- Law Advisory Group
- Layered Auxiliary Graph
- Lebensabschnittsgefährte (German: Common Law Spouse)
- Left-Associative Grammar
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The Law Society and the Legal Action Group have also voiced scathing criticism about the cost-saving changes which it is claimed could end up costing the taxpayer more and restrict access to justice.
The Legal Action Group has estimated the PS49 million saving from cutting housing debt, welfare benefits and employment will cost the Government PS286.
WHO: Connie Rice, an outspoken litigator and co-founder of the public policy and legal action group Advancement Project, has very clear views on equal rights and our democracy.
David Hodkinson, chairman of the Parents For Legal Action group, said last night: "After more than six years of trying, they have yet to produce a set of plans that make educational and financial sense.
EFF is a San Francisco-based political advocacy and legal action group dedicated to preserving and extending liberty in cyberspace.
Connie Rice, co-director of the Advancement Project, a public policy and legal action group.
The Republicans had not known a counter-protest was planned by the Omagh Victims Legal Action Group and looked shocked when they arrived.