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Influence of Rebellious Lawyering on Law Pedagogy and Practice

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Rebellious Lawyering in Public Interest Law Curricula, Syllabi, Coursework, and Reading Guides

Gerald P. López’s Rebellious Lawyering: One Chicano’s Vision of Progressive Law Practice (1992) is included in syllabi and curricula of many, many clinical law courses, public interest law seminars and conferences, and reading guides.  The following links give an idea of just how Rebellious Lawyering principles have endured and how far they have spread.

https://rebelliouslawyeringinstitute.org/rebellious-lawyering-in-public-interest-law-curricula-syllabi-coursework-and-reading-guides/

 

 

 

Law Journal Articles Discussing Gerald P. López’s Rebellious Lawyering: One Chicano’s Vision of Progressive Law Practice (1992)

Influence of Rebellious Lawyering on Legal Practice and Pedagogy – Part 1 – Shauna I. Marshall, Paul R. Tremblay, Kevin R. Johnson, E. Tammy Kim, Joshua D. Blank, Milner S. Ball, Angelo N. Ancheta, Avi Brisman, Janine Sisak, Jessica A. Rose, Ann Southworth

 

Rebellious Lawyering, Law Pedagogy and Practice: Bill Ong Hing

 

Influence of Rebellious Lawyering on Law Practice and Pedagogy – Part 3 – Ascanio Piomelli, Artika R. Tyner, Anthony V. Alfieri, Ellen M. Marks, Rebecca Sharpless

 

Influence of Rebellious Lawyering on Law Practice and Pedagogy – Part 4 – Writings of Ray Ybarra, Elizabeth McCulloch, Roel Mangiliman, Myron Dean Quon, Nadia Chiesa, John W. Teeter, Jr., Deborah J. Cantrell, and Michael Diamond

 

Influence of Rebellious Lawyering on Law Practice and Pedagogy – Part 5 – Martha Minow, Loretta Price, Melinda Davis, Carwina Weng, Sarah O’Rourke Schrup, and Eduardo R.C. Capulong

 

Influence of Rebellious Lawyering on Law Practice and Pedagogy – Part 6 – Melissa Harrison, Margaret E. Montoya, Corey S. Shdaimah, Lauren Carasik, and Matthew Diller

 

Influence of Rebellious Lawyering on Law Practice and Pedagogy – Part 7 – Alizabeth Newman, Scott L. Cummings, Ingrid V. Eagly, Mark Kessler, and Troy E. Elder

 

 

 

Rebellious Lawyering, Law Pedagogy and Practice: Ascanio Piomelli

 

 

Rebellious Lawyering, Law Pedagogy and Practice: Alfredo Mirande Gonzalez, Ashly Hinmon, Harold A. McDougall, Katherine Hunt Federle, Mitchell A. Kamin

 

 

Jennifer Ann Drobac’s “Annual Gerald López Lecture.” 

“Professor López, an influential legal theorist on lawyering and problem-solving, deeply impressed Drobac when she was a law student, and he was her instructor at Stanford University, where López co-founded the Lawyering for Social Change Program. Drobac delivers her modified López lecture at the end of each course, to inspire students just as he inspired her. The principles expressed — duty to community, duty to profession, and duty to self — make up the very fabric of her courses and her teaching career.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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