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Mobilizing For Resistance, Solidarity & Justice

SCHEDULE AND PANEL DETAILS: ClassCrits X Program (click here)  Paper & panel abstracts:  see below
Location:  Weinmann Hall at Tulane Law School, 6329 Freret Street New Orleans

Friday, Nov. 10 Sessions

Fri. 9am Opening Plenary: Critical Analysis: Law, Economy, Class & Inequality

Fri. 10:15am Concurrent Session One

Panel 1A: Inequality and Structures of Wealth 

Panel 1B: Mobilizing for Justice in Education and the Legal

Fri. 1:30pm Concurrent Session Two

Panel 2A: Wielding the Antitrust Tool

Panel 2B: Expanding Public Protection

Panel 2C: Critical Perspectives on Labor and Work

Fri. 3:00pm Concurrent Panel Three

Panel 3A: Implicit Bias in Law

3B: Engendering, Imagining and Creating Utopian

Saturday, NOV. 11 SESSIONS

9:45am Concurrent Session Four

4A: Inequality and Identity: Constructing and Masking Legal

4B: Law, Economics and Development: International Perspective

4C: Poverty, Inequality and Place: Possibilities for Justice

2:15pm Concurrent Session Six

6A: Law, Economics and Fundamental Values

4:00–5:15 pm  CLOSING PLENARY

Neoliberalism’s Leviathan: Debtfare, Workfare, Prisonfare



WIP Session One

Rebecca Kunkel, Rutgers Law Library – Rationing Justice in the 21st Century:  Technology and Technocracy in the Access to Justice Movement
Kunkel Abstract

Commentators:  Athena Mutua; Kathryn Sabbeth

WIP Session Two

  1. Annie Lai, The Price of Freedom: Immigration Courts and the Private Immigration Bond IndustryCommentator:Diane Uchimiya
  1. Valena Beety, Poverty, Rurality, and Death Investigations

Commentator:  Eric Miller

WIP Session Three

Antonia Eliason, University of Mississippi School of Law,
Using the WTO to Facilitate the Paris Agreement:Building on the Trade Facilitation Agreement’s Special and Different Treatment Provisions

Commentator:  René Reich-Graefe

Sabrina Tremblay-Huet, The Reciprocity Problem of the “Right to Tourism”

Commentator:  Cyra Choudhury

WIP Session Four

Eric Franklin Amarante, University of Tennessee College of Law – Philanthrocapialism: Exacerbating the Antidemocratic, Paternalistic, and Amateuristic Nature of Philanthropy 

Amarante Paper Abstract

Commentator:  Martha McCluskey


WIP Session Five:
Christina S. Chong, University of San Francisco School of Law – Back to the Drawing Board:Legislating Hollywood!A Solution to the Lack of Diverse Programming and Employment Discrimination in Hollywood that Complies with the First Amendment

Atinuke (Tinu) Adediran, Institutional Logics at Play: Law Firms, Public Interest Organizations & Access to Civil Justice

Commentator:  Lua Kamal Yuille

WIP Session Six

Caitlin Henry, Strategies for Launching and Operating a Non Traditional Teaching Law Clinic:Lessons Learned from the Prisoner Advocacy Network

Daria Fisher Page, Bigger Fish, Smaller Ponds:  Contemplating the Lure of Expertise and the Problem of Specialization.

Commentator:  Jonathan Glater

WIP Session Seven

Diana Reddy, Identifying Class, Classifying Identity: Constructing Protagonist and Antagonist in the Modern American Labor Movement

Commentator:  Ruben Garcia
  Sarah Winsberg, Making Work: Lawyers and the Boundaries of Labor, 1780-1860
Winsberg Abstract

Commentator:  Tom Kleven

WIP Session Eight

Raúl Carrillo, Defending a Job Guarantee

2.  Chloe Sariego, The Problem With Property: Racial Discrimination in the 2008 Financial Crisis

            Commentator :  Danni Hart

WIP Session Nine

Rohan Grey and Jillian Hernandez, What Guarantee? What Job? Inclusion and Equity Considerations in the Design of the Job Guarantee    

Commentators:  Andrea Boyack

WIP Session Ten

Ana Paula Del Vieira Duque and Marcos Vinicius Lustosa Queiroz, Decolonial View of Criminology and Transitional Justice in Latin America  

  1. Ana Paula Del Vieira Duque and Theigo Ferrare, The silencing of the black resistance to slavery in the production and justification of the Brazilian republican constitution of 1891  

Commentator:  Anthony Farley