|A Message from the Dean|
|Confidential Sources on Trial|
|Shelter From the Storm|
|Harrison Report: Post-World War II Bombshell|
|A Case of Political Descent|
|Clinic Hits Thirty|
|The Board of Overseers|
|Faculty News & Publications|
Penn Law mourns the tragic loss of two young members of its community: Emily Saslow Lí05 and Summer Jackson Healy Lí08.
EMILY SASLOW received her B.A. from Yale Honors College and graduated cum laude from the law school. She was a law clerk to Judge Gene Pratter of the District Court of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, and planned to join Simpson, Thatcher & Bartlett LLP in 2006.
SUMMER JACKSON-HEALY was a first-year student at the Law School and a graduate of the Honors Program in Business Administration at the University of Texas at Austin. She had spent two years working as a financial analyst at the Texas Attorney Generalís Office before beginning law school.
Memorial services for both young women were held in the Levy Conference Center. A memorial fund was established in Summer Jackson-Healyís name. Proceeds from the fund will support the Equal Justice Foundation. In addition, family and friends established the Emily Liftig Saslow Public Service Fund in support of graduates who go into public service jobs.