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

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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.

 

Center for Constitutional Rights — Movement Lawyering Reading Guide

Center for Constitutional Rights — Handbook for Law Students Interested in Social Justice

University of Connecticut School of Law — Reading List

Washington University School of Law — Public Interest Speakers List

University of San Francisco School of Law — Clinical Courses, Rebellious Lawyering

Yale Law School — RebLaw Law Student Conferences

Occidental College — Political Science Courses

Occidental College — Rebellious Lawyering: Reproductive Justice Panel

Occidental College — Critical Theory & Social Justice

Osgoode Hall Law School, Toronto — Critical Research Laboratory in Law & Society (CRL), Re-Igniting Critical Race: A symposium on Contemporary Accounts of Racialization in Canada

University of Denver College of Law — Storytelling Conference — Rebellious Lawyering

UC Hastings College of Law — Social Change Lawyering and Community Group Advocacy Clinic Syllabus

Bayview/Hunters Point Community Legal — Community Lawyering, A Discussion and Proposal

Prison Policy Initiative — Incarceration is not a solution to mental illness

Case Western Reserve University School of Law — Course Curriculum

Northeastern Law School — Course Curriculum

Hamline University School of Law — Legal Scholarship for Equal Justice Seminar

Santa Clara School of Law — Trina Grillo Retreat:  Re-Imagining Social Justice Lawyering:  The Next Generation

Oberlin College — Street Law and Community Development Practicum

University of Hawai’i School of Law — Teaching in a Transformative Era: The Law School of the Future

University of Tennessee College of Law — SEEDS OF CHANGE: A BIBLIOGRAPHIC INTRODUCTION TO LAW AND ORGANIZING 

 Johns Hopkins University — Prelaw Reading List

UCLA School of Law — Rebellious Lawyering Workshop

New York Law School — Justice Action Center Colloquium: Legal Practice for Social Change

University of the District of Columbia David A. Clarke School of Law — Reading List

Miami University — Law & Social Change Syllabus

Latina and Latino Critical Legal Theory, Inc. — Social Justice Textbook Project

University of Alabama School of Law — Public Interest Law Syllabus

Keeping Them Honest: TURNING UP THE VOLUME ON COMMUNITY LAW PRACTICE AND IDENTITY

University of Washington School of Law — Access to Justice Seminar

DePaul University College of Law — COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT LAW CLINIC Syllabus

Indiana University School of Law — The Legal Profession Syllabus

University of Pennsylvania School of Law — Lawyering in the Public Interest Syllabus

Cornell College – Course Syllabus

Empowerment Through Law of The Common People (ELCOP) — Annual Program

East Bay Community Law Center — Syllabus

LIVING ROOM: SPACE AND PLACE IN INFOSHOP CULTURE — Revolutionary Planning Class Reading List

University of Baltimore School of Law — Race and the Law Seminar Syllabus

University of St. Thomas School of Law — Rebellious Lawyering

 

 

 

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