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RebLaw 2015, Yale Law Students’ Conference based on teachings of Gerald P. López, Rebellious Lawyering (1992)

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Gerald P. López’s Rebellious Lawyering (1992) has had a lasting, far reaching influence on generations of community lawyers, starting when the lawyers were law students in law schools.

Law students at Yale Law School have organized an annual public interest law conference called RebLaw.

“RebLaw is the nation’s largest student-run public interest conference.”

RebLaw encourages law students, public interest law practitioners, and community activists to discuss “innovative, progressive approaches to law and social change… in the spirit of Gerald Lopez‘s Rebellious Lawyering.”  

True to Jerry López’s lifelong teachings, the RebLaw conferences “seek to build a community of law students, practitioners, and activists seeking to work in the service of social change movements and to challenge hierarchies of race, wealth, gender, and expertise within legal practice and education.”

For information about this year’s RebLaw student conference, see this webpage: RebLaw 2015 at Yale Law School.

For articles about RebLaw student conferences from 1994 through 2015, visit here: RebLaw, Law Student-Run Public Interest Conferences, Inspired By Gerald P. López’s Rebellious Lawyering (1992) And Sponsored By Yale Law School Since 1994.

 

Rebellious Lawyering – Online Library and Reader

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Rebellious Lawyering Online Library

If you are a Rebellious Lawyer, Scholar, or Activist, we can provide you with access to the Rebellious Lawyering Online Library.  Please send your full name, email address, and affiliation (work, school, cause, otherwise)  to rebelliouslawyeringinstitute@gmail.com.

 

Rebellious Lawyering: Influence on Law Pedagogy and Practice

You can read numerous legal scholars and practitioners’ takes on Gerald P. López‘s Rebellious Lawyering by visiting Influence of Rebellious Lawyering on Law Pedagogy and Practice.

 

Rebellious Lawyering: Law Journal Articles Available Online

Below are web-accessible Rebellious Lawyering articles, organized alphabetically by author. Please check back – we will be adding more articles as we locate them.

Alina Ball,  An Imperative Redefinition of Community: Incorporating Reentry Lawyers to Increase the Efficacy of Community Economic Development Initiatives, 55 UCLA L. Rev. 1883 (2007-2008).

Visit this page for more about Alina Ball.

Bill Ong Hing, COOLIES, JAMES YEN, AND REBELLIOUS ADVOCACY, 14 Asian Am. L.J. 1 (2007).

Bill Ong Hing, THE GREAT OPPORTUNITY IN LAW, 15 Asian Pac. Am. L.J. (2009-2010).

Bill Ong Hing, LEGAL SERVICES SUPPORT CENTERS AND REBELLIOUS ADVOCACY: A CASE STUDY OF THE IMMIGRANT LEGAL RESOURCE CENTER, 28 Wash. U. J.L. & Pol’y 265 (2008).

Bill Ong Hing, REBELLIOUS LAWYERING, SETTLEMENT, AND RECONCILIATION: SOKO BUKAI V. YWCA, 5 Nev. L.J. 172 (2004).

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Shauna I. Marshall, Mission Impossible?: Ethical Community Lawyering, 7 Clinical L. Rev. 147 (2000).

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Ascanio Piomelli, THE CHALLENGE OF DEMOCRATIC LAWYERING, 77 Fordham L. Rev. 1383 (2009)

Ascanio Piomelli, CROSS-CULTURAL LAWYERING BY THE BOOK: THE LATEST CLINICAL TEXTS AND A SKETCH OF A FUTURE AGENDA, 4 Hastings Race & Poverty L. J. 131 (2006).

Ascanio Piomelli, THE DEMOCRATIC ROOTS OF COLLABORATIVE LAWYERING, 12 Clinical L. Rev. 541 (2006).

Ascanio Piomelli, FOUCAULT’S APPROACH TO POWER: ITS ALLURE AND LIMITS FOR COLLABORATIVE LAWYERING, 2004 Utah L. Rev. 395 (2004).

Ascanio Piomelli, SENSIBILITIES FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE LAWYERS, 10 Hastings Race & Poverty L. J. 177 (2013).

 

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Please check back – we will be adding more articles as we locate them.

 

 

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