Jennifer Koh Speaks at AALS Clinical Conference

From April 30 – May 2, Professor Jennifer Koh attended the annual AALS Clinical Conference, where she spoke at two sessions. First, she served as a moderator of a breakout session on immigrants’ rights during the Clinical Law Review symposium entitled, “Rebellious Lawyering at 25.” The symposium was organized by the Clinical Law Review, the only peer-edited scholarly journal devoted to clinical legal pedagogy, for which Professor Koh serves on the Board of Editors; and celebrated the 25th anniversary of law professor Gerald Lopez’s influential book, Rebellious Lawyering: One Chicano’s Vision of Progressive Law Practice. Second, Professor Koh organized and presented at a concurrent session entitled, “Back to the Future: Engaging Communities Through Individual Representation and Impact Litigation.” Her co-presenters were Elizabeth Keyes (Baltimore), Sarah Rogerson (Albany), Stefan Krieger (Hofstra), and Shoshana Krieger (Texas RioGrande Legal Aid).