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About Gerald P. López — Bibliography

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In 1975, after a clerkship with the Honorable Edward J. Schwartz, Gerald P. López joined Tom Adler, Roy Cazares and Napoleon Jones in founding a San Diego law firm specializing in criminal defense, civil rights litigation and community mobilization. In 2003, López founded the Center for Community Problem Solving in New York City working with low-income, of color, and immigrant communities to address social, economic and legal problems.

 

Professor López has served on the NYU, Stanford, and Harvard law faculties. Among the courses he teaches are Rebellious Lawyering Workshop, Reentry Clinic, Economic Development Clinic, Problem Solving Workshop and Transforming Legal Education Workshop.

 

López has litigated extensively as lead counsel in a wide variety of criminal and civil matters before trial courts, appellate courts, and the United States Supreme Court. With others, he has championed a rebellious vision of progressive law practice — and of the problem solving of which lawyering is one example.

 

Professor López has published many acclaimed community-focused books, including Reentry Guide to New York City (2005); Streetwise About Money (2006); A Fair and Just Workplace (2006), and many articles on problem solving, race, immigration, health of undocumented Mexicans, and legal education. He is the author of Rebellious Lawyering (1992), an influential book about lawyering, progressive law practice and community problem solving. While the Kenneth & Harle Montgomery Professor of Public Interest Law, he helped found the Lawyering for Social Change Program at Stanford Law School, and he is currently a core faculty member of the UCLA’s Critical Race Studies Program.  López has been honored with many community, civil rights and teaching awards, including Stanford Law’s and UCLA Law’s Teacher of the Year, UCLA Law’s Rutter Award for Teaching Excellence, and UCLA’s university-wide Distinguished Teaching Award, the Eby Award for the Art of Teaching.

 

Bibliography

 

Gerald P. López, How Mainstream Reformers Design Ambitious Reentry Programs Doomed to Fail and Destined to Reinforce Targeted Mass Incarceration and Social Control, 11 Hastings Race and Poverty Law Journal 1 (2014).

Gerald P. López, The Health of Undocumented Mexicans in New York City, 32 Chicano/a-Latino/a Law Review 1 (2013).

Gerald P. López et al., Don’t We Like Them Illegal?, 45 UC Davis Law Review 1711-1816 (2012).

Gerald P. López, Changing Systems, Changing Ourselves, 12 Harvard Latino Law Review 15-39 (2009).

Gerald P. López, A Rebellious Philosophy Born in East L.A., in A Companion to Latina/o Studies 240-50 (edited by Juan Flores and Renato Rosaldo, Blackwell Publishing, 2007).

Gerald P. López, Why Should We Honor Steve Shiffrin?, 41 Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review 41-44 (2007).

Gerald P. López, Living and Lawyering Rebelliously, 73 Fordham Law Review 2041-2054 (2005).

 

Gerald P. López et al., The Center for Community Problem Solving Reentry Guide: a Handbook for People Coming out of Jails and Prisons and for Their Families and Communities. The Center for Community Problem Solving Press (2005).

 

Gerald P. López et al., The Center for Community Problem Solving Guide to Hiring People with Criminal Records, Center for Community Problem Solving (2004). Book Manuscript.

 

Gerald P. López et al., Shaping Community Problem Solving Around Community Knowledge, 79 New York University Law Review 59-114 (2004).

Gerald P. López, Working with Communities and Organizations, in Social Justice: Professionals, Communities, and Law 158-171 (edited by Martha R. Mahoney, John O. Calmore, Stephanie Wildman, American Casebook Series, 2003).

 

Gerald P. López et al., The Center for Community Problem Solving Guide to Being Streetwise About Money, Center for Community Problem Solving (2003). Book Manuscript.

 

Gerald P. López et al., The Center for Community Problem Solving Guide to a Fair & Just Workplace, Center for Community Problem Solving (2003). Book Manuscript.

 

Gerald P. López et al., The Los Angeles Living Wage Ordinance, Center for Community Problem Solving (2002). Working Paper.

 

Gerald P. López et al., The Transformation of Port Richmond, Center for Community Problem Solving (2002). Working Paper.

 

Gerald P. López et al., Conceiving and Implementing the Neighborhood Legal Needs & Resources Project, Center for Community Problem Solving (2001). Working Paper.

 

Gerald P. López, The Work We Know So Little About, in Critical Race: The Cutting Edge 592-599 2nd ed. (edited by Richard Delgado and Jean Stefancic, Temple University Press, 2000).

 

Gerald P. López, The American Dream, Latino Studies Program (1999). Working Paper.

 

Gerald P. López, Learning About Latinos, 19 Chicano/Latino Law Review 363-416 (1998). LatCrit Symposium Issue.

Gerald P. López, Still Looking for America: Beyond the Latino National Political Survey (with Luis Fraga, Herman Gallegos, Mary Louis Pratt, Renato Rosaldo, Jose Saldivar, Ramon Saldivar, and Guadalupe Valdes), in The Latino/a Condition: A Critical Reader 240-6 (edited by Richard Delgado and Jean Stefancic, New York University Press, 1998).

 

Gerald P. López, Big Time Players, Newsweek (Oct. 8, 1992). Reprinted in The Latino/a Condition: A Critical Reader 237-39 (edited by Richard Delgado and Jean Stefancic, New York: New York Univ. Press, 1998).

 

Gerald P. López, The Latino/a Condition: A Critical Reader 339-46 (edited by Richard Delgado and Jean Stefancic, New York: NYU Press, 1998).

 

Gerald P. López, The Well-Defended Academic Identity, in Working Paper Series (Stanford Center for Chicano Research, 1991). Reprinted in The Latino/a Condition: A Critical Reader 408-12 (edited by Richard Delgado and Jean Stefancic, New York: NYU Press, 1998).

 

Gerald P. López, How Much Responsibility Does the U.S. Bear for Undocumented Mexican Immigration?, in The Latino/a Condition: A Critical Reader 92-98 (edited by Richard Delgado and Jean Stefancic, New York University Press, 1998).

 

Gerald P. López, Lay Lawyering, (edited by Richard Delgado and Jean Stefancic). The Latino/a Condition: A Critical ReaderNew York University Press 271-75 (1998).

 

Gerald P. López, Rebellious Lawyering: One Chicano’s Vision of Progressive Law Practice, in Clinical Anthology Readings for Live-Client Clinics 192-193 (edited by Hurder, Alex J., Frank S. Bloch, Susan L. Brooks, and Susan L. Kay, Anderson Publishing Co., 1997).

 

Gerald P. López, An Affirmative Action Manual (with Enid Colson and Courtney Schaberg). (1996).

 

Gerald P. López, An Aversion to Clients, 31 Harvard Civil Rights & Civil Liberties Law Review 315-323 (1996). Symposium on Political Lawyering.

 

Gerald P. López, Living with 187, Living with Ourselves, Chicano Research Center (1996). Working Paper.

 

Gerald P. López, Visions, Coalitions, Mobilizations, in Working Paper Series (Stanford Center for Chicano Research, 1996).

 

Gerald P. López, What We’ve Only Begun to Learn About Latinos and the Political Economy, in Working Paper Series (Berkeley Chicano/Latino Policy Project, 1995).

 

Gerald P. López, Still Looking for America: Beyond the Latino/a National Political Survey, in Working Paper Series (Stanford Center for Chicano Research, 1994).

 

Gerald P. López, Cleaning Up Our Own Houses, in Working Paper Series (Stanford Center for Chicano Research, 1994).

 

Gerald P. López, I’ll Tell You What’s Pathological, in Working Paper Series (Stanford Center for Chicano Research, 1993).

 

Gerald P. López, Economic Development in the “Murder Capital of the Nation”, 60 Tennessee Law Review 685-705 (Summer, 1993).

 

Gerald P. López, Latino Political Visions, in Working Paper Series (Stanford Center for Chicano Research, 1992).

 

Gerald P. López, Rebellious Lawyering: One Chicano’s Vision of Progressive Law Practice. Westview Press (1992).

 

Gerald P. López, The Lawyering For Social Change Program, Chicano Research Center (1990). Working Paper

 

Gerald P. López, Reconceiving Civil Rights Practice: Seven Weeks in the Life of a Rebellious Collaboration, 77 Georgetown Law Journal 1603-1717 (1989).

 

Gerald P. López, Scholars’ Reply to Professor Fried (with Kenneth L. Karst, Susan W. Prager, et al.), Yale Law Journal 163-168 (1989).

 

Gerald P. López, Training Future Lawyers to Work with the Politically and Socially Subordinated: Anti-Generic Legal Education, 91 West Virginia Law Review 305-387 (1989).

 

Gerald P. López, The Work We Know So Little About, 42 Stanford Law Review 1-13 (1989).

 

Gerald P. López, The Idea of a Constitution in the Chicano Tradition, 37 Journal of Legal Education 162-166 (1987).

 

Gerald P. López, Book Review, A Declaration of War by Other Means: Disabling America: The `Rights Industry’ in Our Time, 98 Harvard Law Review 1667-1678 (1985).

 

Gerald P. López, Lay Lawyering, 32 UCLA Law Review 1-60 (1984).

 

Gerald P. López, Foreword: Latinos and Latino Lawyers, 6 Chicano Law Review 1-6 (1983). Symposium on Latinos in the Law: Meeting the Challenge.

 

Gerald P. López et al., Contract Law and Its Application (with Mueller and Rosett). 3rd ed. Foundation Press (1983).

 

Gerald P. López et al., Teaching Suggestions for Instructors Using Contract Law and Its Application (with Mueller and Rosett). 3rd ed. Foundation Press (1983).

 

Gerald P. López, Undocumented Mexican Migration: In Search of a Just Immigration Law and Policy, 28 UCLA Law Review 615-714 (1981).

 


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