Three Penn Carey Law students reflect on their Big Law experiences during their 1L Diversity Fellowships.
The American Lawyer has honored Jim Sandman L’76 with a prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award.
Prof. Bill Burke-White proposes a “green investment treaty” to close the climate funding gap.
Penn Carey Law students pursuing joint JD/MAs with the Lauder Institute travel around the world to prepare for positions leading global business sectors.
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Tuesday, November 29, 2022 Displaced Torah? Toward a Theory of Jews and the Constitution
This will be the first of two exam prep sessions. These meetings are designed to familiarize you with exam rules and procedures for in-class exams and takeaway exams. During these sessions we will provide an overview of how a typical in-class exam will begin and end, what to do when the unexpected happens and how to prepare your computer for exams. We will have a member of our ITS team available to provide a step-by-step guide to our in-class exam software (Examplify) and a dedicated Q and A session will be held at the end of each session. Every student will be required to know the information covered in these sessions prior to the exam period. This session is for LLM and Upper-Level Students. A session for 1L’s will be held on Monday, Dec. 5 at 12pm in Fitts.
Michael Morse, a Bigelow Teaching Fellow and Lecturer in Law at the University of Chicago Law School, will present his paper, Democracy’s Bureaucracy: The Complicated Case of Voter Registration Lists, to the faculty. Lunch will be served outside of Silverman 240A.