Coffee Chats

2018 Coffee Chats will be announced closer to the date. See below for 2017!

Saturday, Feb 18, 9:00-10:00 AM, Dining Hall, Yale Law School

RebLaw’s coffee chats are an opportunity for conference participants to speak in a more informal, intimate setting with some of the lawyers and activists speaking at conference sessions. The coffee chats will take place on Saturday, February 18 from 9:00-10:00 AM in the Yale Law School Dining Hall.
The following panelists will be participating in this year’s coffee chats:

 

Jean-François Arteau - Law & Activism: Strategies for the Protection Indigenous Cultural Property

Catherine Bell - Law & Activism: Strategies for the Protection Indigenous Cultural Property

Joe Burns – Labor Militancy Against Corporate Education

Tia Katrina Taruc Canlas – Beyond Prisons: Building Non-Carceral Responses to Gender-Based Violence

Raúl Carrillo – Financing Criminal Justice

Patricia Fugere - Legal Strategies for Combatting Homelessness

Amber Harding - Legal Strategies for Combatting Homelessness

Renee Hatcher - Building the Solidarity Economy for a Post-Capitalist Future

Jaribu Hill - Financing Criminal Justice

Hou Hoping – Feminism and LGBTQ Activism Under Authoritarianism: Lessons from China

Wayne Hsiung - Animal Rescue, Civil Disobedience, and “Terrorism”

Mahroh Jahangiri - Beyond Prisons: Building Non-Carceral Responses to Gender-Based Violence

Emma Coleman Jordan - Financing Criminal Justice

Angie Martell - (Lack of) Access to the Legal System

Julie Murray - Challenging Concentrated Corporate Power

Victoria Rodriguez-Roldan - Laboring for Liberation: Disability Justice, Intersectionality, and Accountable Activism

Ben Rosenfeld - Defending Political Prisoners Through Activist-Lawyer Partnerships: A Case Study From the Green Scare

Alvaro Santos – Legalization of Marijuana in America: Legal Reform and Regional Effects

Maria Sotomayor - #HereToStay: Organizing Immigrant Communities

Jenna Torres - Challenge the System: Rethinking Sex Work Law

 

We are grateful to these panelists for volunteering to participate.