A paper co-authored by Prof. Elizabeth Pollman has been awarded the European Corporate Governance Institute’s 2022 Gottlieb Prize for the Best Paper in the ECGI Law Working Paper Series.
Christina Swarns L’93, who has dedicated her career to criminal justice reform, speaks with Essence about her position as Executive Director of the Innocence Project.
In celebration of Constitution Day, we are highlighting Penn Carey Law’s recent insights, analysis, and observations on today’s most pressing constitutional issues.
A federal appellate court recently cited Visiting Assistant Practice Prof. Liz Bradley’s research on demeanor evidence in asylum cases.
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An overview of the International Student Interview Program (ISIP) Job Fair. The International Student Interview Program (ISIP) is a job fair for foreign-trained attorneys attending a broad range of law schools nationwide. Over 1600 LL.M. candidates representing 75+ countries will have an opportunity to be considered for internship and permanent positions in the United States and abroad during this interview program. ISIP 2023 will take place virtually on January 26 (Asia Schedules) and January 27 (all other locations). Students will receive log in information in late September.
Attend a short information session to learn about the Legislative Clinic, now in its 25th year, from Professor Rulli and two former students.
Efrén Olivares’ memoir My Boy Will Die of Sorrow chronicles his work as an immigrant lawyer in South Texas braiding his own story as an immigrant with similar life experiences to that of his clients. Efrén is the Deputy Legal Director at Southern Poverty Law Center’s Immigrant Justice Project in McAllen, Texas.