What: The Eighteenth Annual Rebellious Lawyering Conference. The RebLaw Conference is an annual, student-run conference that brings together practitioners, law students, and community advocates from around the country to discuss innovative, progressive approaches to law and social change.
The Conference will have nearly two dozen panels and workshops, including: *Enforcing Labor Rights in a Transnational World * Mobilizing for Sexual and Reproductive Justice * Strategic Lawyering for Collective Entities: Models, Methods and Movement Building * Fighting the Monopoly on Medicine * Fallout from the Wal-Mart Decision * Crime, But Not Punishment: Restorative Justice As An Alternative to Criminal Prosecution in Domestic & International Contexts * The Work JDs Do in Education Reform * Race and Voting * Prison Re-Entry * Sovereignty, Identity, and Genocide: U.S. Law and Native Bodies * Transnational LGBT Advocacy * Confronting Big Food * Juvenile Justice * Rethinking the Public Interest Law Market * Union organizing * Environmental Justice * and more!
Where: Yale Law School, New Haven, CT.
When: Friday, February 17–Saturday, February 18, 2012
Cost: Standard registration is $30. Registration is free for members of the Yale, UConn, New Haven, and Quinnipiac communities.
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