Registration is OPEN for the 2012 RebLaw (“Rebellious Lawyering”) Conference!

RebLaw 2012 will be held at YaleLawSchoolon the weekend of February 17-18.

This year’s keynote speaker will be Gerald Lopez, UCLA law professor and author of “Rebellious Lawyering: One Chicano’s Vision of Progressive Law Practice.”

The keynote panel on “The Criminalization of Poverty” will feature Andrea Ritchie, co-author of “Queer (In)Justice: The Criminalization of LGBT People in the United States” and coordinator of Streetwise and Safe; Andrew Friedman, co-founding director of Make the Road New York; and Lisa Daugaard, supervisor of the Seattle Defender Association’s Racial Disparity Project.

There will be 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 & Int’l 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!

You can register  and find more details on the conference online.