For Current Students
Wardrobe Referral Form
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Beyond the Classroom
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Certificate in Technology
Boost your skillset: earn a certificate in technology through Procertas.
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View upcoming COP programs on the Law School calendar.
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The Delta Model for Development of Penn Law Students
Penn Carey Law’s Delta Model is a competency model and framework for the 21st-century legal practice, reflecting a holistic understanding of the legal profession. COP helps Law students develop essential lawyering skills in The Process (delivery of legal services effectively and efficiently), and The People (relating to and understanding your clients, your colleagues, and yourself).
Programming for COP
Penn Carey Law’s First Generation Professionals (FGP) Fellowship Stewardship
The First Generation Professionals (FGP) Fellowship supports select students who are the first in their families to earn a professional degree. The Fellowship is designed to create a sustained mechanism and environment to enhance the Fellows’ professional growth, academic success, and personal development.
The Fellowship offerings include, among other things:
- Connections with alumni mentors
- Opportunities to connect with the Philadelphia legal community
- One-on-one professionalism coaching on topics such as financial literacy, executive coaching, storytelling, and public speaking.
Trevor Kirby L’23 and Virinchi Sindhwani L’23 have been named as the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School’s second class of First Generation Professionals (FGP) Fellows.
First Generation Professionals at the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School
The class of 2022 has the distinction of being the first class to have amongst its cohort three First Generation Professionals (FGP) fellows.
Laurent Abergel L ’19
Completing the Penn Law Certificate in Technology was one of the most beneficial things I did in my first year at Penn Law. I have been asked about the certificate in every single interview, and I have been able to use it to prove that I have proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, and Adobe Acrobat.
Aaron McKenney L ’19
The Center on Professionalism’s Certificate in Technology provided me with a plethora of information and practical skills that will be invaluable to me in the fields of law and business. I highly recommend this course to law students looking to get a jumpstart on their computer skills and sharpen their core technical competencies.
Shaunee Morgan L ’19
Self-care and wellness is something I prioritized in my life. The “Wellness and Balance” talk was a nice reminder that we have to intentionally continue to do the things that sustain our whole selves despite the stress of class now and our careers in the future.
Jacob Morton L ’19
The entire Professionalism Day program reminded me that professionalism is not just about marketability or personal “brand.” True professionalism is the lifelong practice of sincerity, temperance, hard work, and generosity. It’s a work of art, not merely a set of mechanical skills.
Summer drop in between 9-5, Wednesdays, at T331 (third floor of the Library)
Director, Center on Professionalism
Special Thanks to Our Partners
COP extends a special thank you to our collaborators and partners that make our programming exceptional.
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The Bar Council of the Maldives visited the Law School to assist its efforts in regulating legal education and the legal profession in the Republic of Maldives.
Early support for the First Generation Professionals Scholarship initiative includes two endowment contributions from Frank Ghali L’00 and Rory Babich L’89.
A look back at the top stories from the Law School this past year.
First Generation Professionals Fellow Keith Matier L’24 strives for personal success through ‘deliberate practice’
Matier knows that success is the product of a steady work ethic, clear concentration, and self-driven motivation.