María Pabón López

Académica Correspondiente

Académica Correspondiente

Educación

  • UNIVERSIDAD DE PENSILVANIA FACULTAD DE DERECHO
    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania J. D., mayo 1989
  • PRINCETON UNIVERSITY, Princeton, Nueva Jersey
    B.A., Religión, junio 1985

Carrera Profesional

  • LOYOLA UNIVERSITY NEW ORLEANS COLLEGE OF LAW
    Decana y Profesora de Derecho, 2011 – presente
  • INDIANA UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW, Indianapolis, Indiana
    • Profesor de Derecho, 2008 – 2011
    • Profesor Asociado de Derecho, 2006 – 2008
    • Profesor Ayudante de Derecho, 2002 – 2006
  • UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI-COLUMBIA SCHOOL OF LAW, Columbia, Missouri
    • Profesor de Defensa e Investigación, 1999 – 2002
  • LEGAL AID OF CENTRAL TEXAS, Austin, Texas
    • Family Law Team Leader and Staff Attorney, 1997 – 1999
  • WOMEN’S ADVOCACY PROJECT, Austin, Texas
    • Director, Family Violence Legal Line and Staff Attorney, 1996 – 1997
  • UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE, OFFICE OF THE UNITED STATES ATTORNEY FOR THE DISTRICT OF PUERTO RICO, San juan, Puerto Rico
    • Assistant United States Attorney, Criminal Division, 1995 – 1996
  • COMMONWEALTH OF PUERTO RICO, OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL, San juan, Puerto Rico
    • Special Assistant to the Attorney General and Environmental Unit Attorney, 1990 – 1994

Publicaciones

Libro

  • Persistent Inequality: Contemporary Realities in The Education of Undocumented Latino/a Children (with Gerardo R. López) Routledge: Taylor and Francis Group (2009)

Capítulos

  • Undocumented Immigration Policy in Alabama, in THE CRIMINALIZATION OF IMMIGRATION: CONTEXTS AND CONSEQUENCES, Alissa Ackerman, ed. (Carolina Academic Press forthcoming)

Artículos, Ensayos y Revistas

  • Introduction to the 2013 Gillis Long Poverty Law Center Public Interest Service Awards, 14 LOYOLA  J. PUB. INT. L. 443 (2013)
  • Women Leaders in the Areas of Higher Education, the Legal Profession and Corporate Boards: Continued Challenges and Opportunities in the United States, ­­9 SOCIO LEGAL L. REV. 60  (2013) (with Natasha Lacoste)
  • Self Portrait of the Puerto Rican Jurist: A Life of Hard Work: Book Review of My Beloved World by Sonia Sotomayor, XLVII  U.I.P.R. L. REV. __ (2013)
  • An Essay Examining the Murder of Luis Ramirez and the Emergence of Hate Crimes Against Latino Immigrants in the United States, 44 ARIZ. ST. L.J. 155 (2012)
  • Reflections About Legal Education and Justice from the Perspective of a Latina Law School Dean, 48 Cal. W. L. Rev. 431 (2012)
  • The Prospects and Challenges of Educational Reform for Latino Undocumented Children: An Essay Examining Alabama’s H.B. 56 and Other State Immigration Measures, 6 F.I.U.L. Rev. 231 (2011) (with Diomedes J. Tsitouras and Pierce C. Azuma)
  • What Nations Are Doing About Immigrant Workers in Downturn Economies: Examining and Comparing the Recent Treatment of Immigrant Workers in the United States and Spain, 1 Notre Dame J. Int’l. Comp. & In’tl. Hum. Rights L. J. 80 (2011)
  • Immigration Law Spanish- Style II: A Study of Spain’s Voluntary Immigrant Return Plan and Circular Migration, 24 Temple Int’l. & Comp. L. J. 79 (2011) (with Roxana Davis).
  • Flatlining: How the Reluctance to Embrace Immigrant Nurses is Mortally Wounding the U.S. Healthcare System, 12 J. Health Care L. & Pol’y 235 (2009) (with Diomedes J. Tsitouras).
  • From the Border to the Schoolhouse Gate: Alternative Arguments for Extending Primary Education to Undocumented Alien Children, 13 Hofstra L. Rev. 1243 (2008) (with Diomedes J. Tsitouras).
  • A Tale of Two Systems: Analyzing the Treatment of Noncitizen Families: in State Family Law Systems and Under the Immigration Law System, 11 Harvard Latino L. Rev. 229 (2008).
  • The Future of Women in the Legal Profession: Recognizing the Challenges Ahead by Reviewing Current Trends, 14 Hastings Women’s L.J. 53 (2008).
  • Perspectiva sobre situación precaria del trabajador indocumentado en los Estados Unidos y posibles soluciones en el derecho internacional público, 15 Rev. Der. Migratorio Y Extranjería 61 (2007).
  • Immigration Law Spanish Style: A Study of Spain’s Regularización of Undocumented Workers, 22 Geo. Imm. L. J. 571 (2007).
  • “The Intersection of Immigration Law and Civil Rights Law: Noncitizen Workers and the Human Rights Paradigm,” 44 Brand. L. J.611 (2006) reprinted in 29 Immigr. & Nat’ly L. Rev. 279 (2007).
  • The Education of Latino Undocumented Children: Reflections on Plyler v. Doe and Beyond, 35 SETON HALL L. REV. 1373 (2005).
  • The Place of the Undocumented Worker in the United States Legal System after Hoffman Plastics: A Comparative Assessment, 15 IND. INT’L & COMP L. J. 301 (2005).
  • More Than a License to Drive: State Regulation of Driver’s License Use by Non U.S. Citizens, 29 S. ILL. U. L. J. 91 (2004).
  • The Phoenix Rises from El Cenizo: A Community Creates and Affirms Its Latino/a Border Cultural Citizenship through Language and Safe Haven Ordinances, 78 Denv. U.L. Rev. 1017 (2001).
  • Crisis Meets Reality: Review of Opening The Floodgates: Why America Needs To Rethink Its Borders And Immigration Laws, 61 S.M.U. L. Rev. 191 (2008) (book review with Karen E. Bravo).
  • The Huddled Masses Myth: Immigration and Civil Rights, 32 Aztlan 217 (2007) (book review).
  • “Women Attorneys” in The Multimedia Encyclopedia of Women in Today’s World, SAGE (Mary  Zeiss Stange, Carol K. Oyster, J. Geoffrey Golson eds. 2011)
  • “Family and Community” in Latinos and Latinas in U.S. History and Culture: An Encyclopedia, (David Leonard, ed. 2010).
  • “Puerto Ricans” in Latinos and Latinas in U.S. History and Culture: An Encyclopedia, (David Leonard, ed. 2010).
  • “Family Unity for Non-citizens” in Encyclopedia of American Civil Liberties (Paul Finkelman, ed. 2006).
  • “Non-citizens and the Franchise” in Encyclopedia of American Civil Liberties (Paul Finkelman, ed. 2006).
  • The U.S. Constitution Extends Protection to Immigrants, Opinion Editorial, Indianapolis Star, September 17, 2010.
  • Immigration and Nationality Law in Annual Developments  In Administrative Law And Regulatory Practice  2005 – 2006, ABA Administrative Law Section
  • La situación precaria del trabajador indocumentado en los Estados Unidos luego de Hoffman Plastic Compounds, la perspectiva desde el derecho internacional público, Aportes Sobre La Integracion Latinoamericana (2004).
  • Mediation with Different Cultures and Diversity: Conducting Mediation in a Diverse Group, in Dispute Resolution Colloquium, Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum (2004).
  • No Hablo Español: Now What? Can You Have a Spanish-Speaking Only Client? in Representing The Latino Client, Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum (2004).
  • An International Law Approach to the Plight of the United States Undocumented Worker after Hoffman Plastic Compounds, Human Rights Rev. (Fall 2003).
  • Immigration Law Basics in Representing Non-U.S. Citizens In Criminal And Family Court, Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum (2003).
  • Legislative Changes in Family Violence Law, Lawline (Spring 1997).
  • Marriage Fraud Prosecutions in Puerto Rico, United States Attorney Bulletin (Spring 1996).
  • The 1990 Amendments: New Perspective on the Clean Air Act, Business Puerto Rico (Fall 1993).