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RebLaw 2016: Yale Law School Rebellious Lawyering Conference

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Friday, February 19, and Saturday, February 20, 2016

Yale Law School, New Haven, Connecticut

RebLaw is the largest student-run public interest conference in the country.

Professor Gerald P. López, whose book Rebellious Lawyering: One Chicano’s Vision of Progressive Law Practice served as the inspiration and namesake for the conference.”

Click here Yale RebLaw 2016 for the registration page.

 

 

Some RebLaw 2016 panels announced so far:

 

  • Tribal Self-Governance and Self-Determination
  • Children in the Justice System: Ending Transfers to Adult Courts and Prisons
  • Abolish Cash Bail: Stop Jailing People for Being Poor
  • History and Future of Punishment in America
  • Movement Lawyering with Law for Black Lives
  • Opening the Black Box: Big Data, Disparate Impact, and Algorithmic (In)Justice
  • Prisoner Re-Entry
  • Charter Schools: Public or Private? The Rise of Legal Challenges to School Choice
  • Rebellious Careers in Food and Agriculture Law
  • Lawyers as Workers: Organizing in Public Interest Law
  • Protecting Yourself: Tools for Cryptography and Privacy on the World Wide Web
  • Race and Lawyering Workshop
  • Disciplining Corporate Power
  • Criminalizing Reproductive Rights
  • Trans* Incarceration
  • Current Issues in Refugee Law
  • Free All Political Prisoners!
  • Gun Violence Prevention: Mounting a Challenge to the NRA
  • Climate Change, Migration, and Human Rights
  • Human Rights and the Environment
  • Legal Challenges to Targeted Killing
  • HIV Criminalization
  • People’s Tribunals
  • Organizing for a Better Education
  • Perspectives on Mental Health and Criminal Justice
  • The “Civil Gideon” Movement

 

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