Anibal Rosario-Lebron

Assistant Professor of Lawyering Skills

Biography

Professor Rosario Lebrón is a Puerto Rican professor, attorney, linguist, and photographer. He holds an LL.M. in Legal Theory from New York University and a J.D., a Post-Graduate Certificate in Linguistics, and a B.S. from the University of Puerto Rico. Professor Rosario Lebrón has taught at Universidad de Puerto Rico, Hofstra University, University of Louisville, and Universidad Interamericana. He is a member of the Board of Directors of LatCrit. His research examines the interconnection between Evidence, Family, Criminal and Constitutional Law from a cross-disciplinary lens. Specifically, he studies how to reform the law to empower groups such as women, LGTBQ+ people, and minors in their pursuit of equality. Professor Rosario Lebrón is also committed to bridging the educational achievement gap and has worked in numerous pipeline initiatives.
 

Articles

Evidence’s #MeToo Moment, 74 U. Miami L. Rev. 1 (2019) (forthcoming).

If These Blackboards Could Talk: The Crit Classroom, A Battlefield, 9 Charleston L. Rev. 305 (2015).

For Better and for Better: The Case for Abolishing Civil Marriage, 5 Wash. U. Jur. Rev. 189 (2013).

La juridificación de la familia y su construcción como ente apolítico [The Juridification of the Family and its Construct as a Non-Political Entity], Revista Electrónica del Instituto de Investigaciones Ambrosio L. Gioja, Año V, Número Especial, 616 (2011).

De invisibilidad, torceduras y rectitud, todas las familias tenemos un poco [All families are a bit queer, invisible, and straight], Revista Cayey 89:71 (noviembre 2009).

La revolución dentro de la revolución: Una mirada a la situación de la mujer en la Cuba socialista[The Revolution within the Revolution: A Perspective on the Condition of Women in Socialist Cuba], 75 REV. JUR. UPR 731 (2006).

Pago por tercero en las pensiones alimentarias: Evaluación crítica de su posible adopción en el nuevo Código Civil de Puerto Rico [Child Support Payments by Third Parties: An Analysis of Its Possible Incorporation into the Civil Code of Puerto Rico], 73 REV. JUR. UPR 1025 (2004).

Reconstrucción social del convicto por delitos sexuales: Una propuesta terapéutica para establecer en Puerto Rico una Corte de Delitos Sexuales [The Social Reconstruction of Sexual Convicts: A Therapeutic Proposal for the Creation of a Sex Crimes Court in Puerto Rico]. La Catarsis de Quirón,Vol. 3, Núm. 1 (2004).

 

Book Chapters

Commentary to Marvin v. Marvin, 557 P.2d 106 (Cal. 1976) in Feminist Judgments: Family Law(Rachel Rebouche ed.) (Cambridge University Press) (2019) (forthcoming).

United States v. Morrison, 529 U.S. 598 (2000) in Feminist Judgments: Rewritten Opinions of the United States Supreme Court (Kathy Stanchi, Linda Berger & Bridget Crawford eds.) (Cambridge University Press) (2016).

 

Book Reviews

Book Review: Speaking in Queer Tongues: Globalization and Gay Language (Leap, W. L., & Boellstorff, T. Eds.), 18 Revista de Ciencias Sociales 175 (Summer 2008).

De derechos y reveses, Reseña: Ni una vida más para la toga [Book Review: Not A Life More for the Robe] (Daniel Nina Ed.), El Nuevo Día, 26 de noviembre de 2006.

 

Blog-Newspaper Articles

Pro-Marriage Deregulation of Conjugal Unions and Marriage Equality: Two Sides of the Same Coin,Concurring Opinions (2014).

Scorned Law: Rethinking Evidentiary Rules to Protect Women in Cases of Gender-Based Violence,Concurring Opinions (2014).

To Define the Beginning of Human Life or Not, That Is the Question,Concurring Opinions (2014). 

A Winning Tradition: The PR Criminal Trial Advocacy Competition, From the Bar (2012-2013 Winter/Spring).

Atando los cabos sueltos del machismo en el sistema judicial de P.R. [Tying Up the Loose Ends of Machismo in P.R.’s Judicial System], DerechoalDerecho (2011).

Buscan más abogados que vengan de escuela pública [Looking for More Lawyers from Public Schools], El Cucubano, Servicios Legales de Puerto Rico, Inc., abril-junio (April-June) 2009.


Conference Proceedings

Bridging the Access to Justice Gap through Bilingual Education, Harvard Latinx Law Review (2019) (forthcoming). 

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