The University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School’s Center for Technology, Innovation & Competition (CTIC) has awarded the CTIC Summer Public Interest Fellowships to students Gerald Adams L’22 and Joshua Burd L’22.
If you are interested in being considered for the Toll Public Interest Fellows Program, please answer all of the questions via the application no later than 5:00 pm EST on Wednesday, July 22, 2020.
The course, co-taught by Professor John Hollway, is held bi-weekly and features small, student-led discussions about various contemporary issues in policing
The Skadden Foundation recently announced that University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School 3L Mariel Mussack has secured one of its coveted fellowships.
Honorary Fellow-in-Residence Juan Cartagena and guest speaker Cecilia Wang discuss strategies for successful advocacy during TPIC’s 10th annual public interest week.
Penn Law students from the Environmental Law Project (ELP) argue that the proposed repeal is not supported by scientific evidence, and that the agency’s change in course is not supported by a valid justification.
On February 20, as a part of Penn Law’s Ninth Annual Public Interest Week, the Law School held an panel discussion titled “Voting Rights in Philadelphia: The 2016 Election from a Community Perspective.”
Penn Law and the University of Pennsylvania will be hosting a series of events highlighting the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
Can Gigi Sohn L’86 keep both the internet and lines of communication with industry open?
Joanna Visser Adjoian L’10, Associate Director for Penn Law’s Toll Public Interest Center, has co-founded a new nonprofit, the Youth Sentencing & Reentry Project (YSRP), which aims to improve outcomes for minors entangled in the adult criminal justice system.