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This information session will give an overview of the various options available to Penn Staff, Faculty, and Students at Penn Carey Law including the Master in Law (ML) degree, Certificate in Law, and how to take a class at the law school. The session will review application instructions, highlight various courses of study available, and provide insight into the student experience as an ML degree candidate.
Join us for an in-depth discussion of new and emerging developments in technology, intellectual property, and entertainment & media law.
Please join Professor Fairfax, Professor Ferzan L’95, and Professor Wang to discuss their experiences at Penn Law, career paths, and recent research. There will be time for Q&A following this engaging panel discussion. This event will be moderated by Dean of Students Felicia Lin L’08. This event is presented in partnership with Momentum 2021: The Power of Penn Women, but can be attended independently.
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Missing life at the Law School? We miss you too. Come back for this year’s reunion weekend to reconnect with former classmates, faculty, and other alumni.
More information coming soon for 2022!
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Six new affinity groups are now open to alumni throughout the world
Thank you to our friends and alumni who made our Challenge in December 2020 a success!
Find out more about how you can support our students during the outbreak.
In July, Dean Theodore Ruger issued a statement to students, faculty and staff announcing some of the immediate actions Penn Law took to work internally and externally against racism and to promote meaningful change toward a more just reality. Since then, the Law School and its Office of Inclusion & Engagement (I&E) have continued the work to create a more inclusive community in the key areas of student support, capacity building, and racial justice programming.