Aníbal is a Puerto Rican attorney, linguist and professor interested in the intersection between Law & Society. His research and publishing agenda focuses on Family Law, Gender, Sexuality and the Law, and Neo-Marxist theory. Professor Rosario Lebrón’s teaching career started at the University of Puerto Rico Rosario School of Law where he served for three years as an Adjunct Professor for its Legal Research & Writing Program. In addition, he was an adviser for the Trial Advocacy Association and a coach for the Law School’s trial advocacy teams. Aníbal has also been a professor at the undergraduate level. For two years, he taught Introduction to Law and a seminar on contemporary problems in Family Law at the Pre-Law Program of the Interdisciplinary Studies Department of the Liberal Arts College of the University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras Campus. Professor Rosario Lebrón is also committed to close the educational gap. For this reason, he served as Mentor and Director for PROGRAMA ENLACE, a program aimed at increasing the percentage of students from public schools in law schools and in the legal profession. Outside the classroom, his interests include photography, languages, cooking and films. Professor Rosario Lebrón speaks Spanish, Italian and Portuguese. Before coming to Hofstra, Aníbal received his LL.M. in Legal Theory from New York University School of Law.