Penn is a rare blend of an inviting, Ivy League campus in the heart of a great city.
Stroll the campus, and you’ll find award-winning architecture and green spaces. Enter our academic buildings, and you’ll find faculty and students engaged in groundbreaking research and scholarship. Enjoy world-class cultural activities or work-out at our premier sports facilities. Recently, Philadelphia ranked #3 on The New York Times’ list of “52 Places to Go in 2015.”
Leave campus and you’re minutes from Center City, Philadelphia where many law students live — and, equally importantly, where many students have opportunities to apply the law in many real-world applications through clinics, public interest, student organizations and other activities.
It’s no wonder that our students graduate surprised at how much they like Philadelphia, the fifth-largest city in the nation. Philly is a very livable city, known for its friendliness, neighborhoods, and restaurant scene — and, of course, arts, culture, and sports. It is also a historic city that is at the forefront of healthcare, technology, and education. And, it is affordable. Penn Law is an ideal home base for students interested in studying the real-world application of the law across disciplines