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RebLaw, Law Student-Run Public Interest Conferences, Inspired By Gerald P. López’s Rebellious Lawyering (1992) And Sponsored By Yale Law School Since 1994

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Gerald P. López’s Rebellious Lawyering: One Chicano’s Vision of Progressive Law Practice (1992) was the inspiration for RebLaw, an annual student-run public interest conference sponsored by Yale Law School.    The first RebLaw took place in 1994, when Rebellious Lawyering first took law school pedagogy, clinical education, and poverty law practice by storm.

RebLaw is now in its twenty-first year, and is a testament to the lasting influence of Rebellious Lawyering on generations of public interest lawyers who seek to “work in the service of social change movements and to challenge hierarchies of race, wealth, gender, and expertise within legal practice and education.”

Here are articles about RebLaw conferences in the past.

RebLaw 1998, law students’ conference inspired by Gerald P. López’s Rebellious Lawyering, at Yale Law School.
RebLaw 1999, law students’ conference inspired by Gerald P. López’s Rebellious Lawyering, at Yale Law School.
RebLaw 2000, law students’ conference inspired by Gerald P. López’s Rebellious Lawyering, at Yale Law School.
  • Jerry López gave the opening address at the 2000 RebLaw Conference.
RebLaw 2001, law students’ conference inspired by Gerald P. López’s Rebellious Lawyering, at Yale Law School.
RebLaw 2002, law students’ conference inspired by Gerald P. López’s Rebellious Lawyering, at Yale Law School.
RebLaw 2003, law students’ conference inspired by Gerald P. López’s Rebellious Lawyering, at Yale Law School.
RebLaw 2004, law students’ conference inspired by Gerald P. López’s Rebellious Lawyering, at Yale Law School.
RebLaw 2005, law students’ conference inspired by Gerald P. López’s Rebellious Lawyering, at Yale Law School.
RebLaw 2006, law students’ conference inspired by Gerald P. López’s Rebellious Lawyering, at Yale Law School.
RebLaw 2007, law students’ conference inspired by Gerald P. López’s Rebellious Lawyering, at Yale Law School.
RebLaw 2008, law students’ conference inspired by Gerald P. López’s Rebellious Lawyering, at Yale Law School.
RebLaw 2009, law students’ conference inspired by Gerald P. López’s Rebellious Lawyering, at Yale Law School.
RebLaw 2010, law students’ conference inspired by Gerald P. López’s Rebellious Lawyering, at Yale Law School.
RebLaw 2011, law students’ conference inspired by Gerald P. López’s Rebellious Lawyering, at Yale Law School.
RebLaw 2012, law students’ conference inspired by Gerald P. López’s Rebellious Lawyering, at Yale Law School.
  • Jerry López was keynote speaker at the 2012 RebLaw Conference.
RebLaw 2013, law students’ conference inspired by Gerald P. López’s Rebellious Lawyering, at Yale Law School.
RebLaw 2014, law students’ conference inspired by Gerald P. López’s Rebellious Lawyering, at Yale Law School.

RebLaw 1994 through 1997 were pre-Internet. If you happen to have materials from RebLaw 1994, 1995, 1996, or 1997, please submit to Rebellious Lawyering Institute archives at rebelliouslawyeringinstitute@gmail.com.

 

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