Kenneth W. Gemmill Professor of Law
Seth Kreimer’s first article, “Allocational Sanctions: The Problem of Negative Rights in a Positive State,” set the terms for a generation of discussion of unconstitutional conditions on public benefits. His subsequent work has shaped analysis of privacy, abortion regulation, assisted suicide, and same sex marriage.
Articles and Book Chapters
Sex, Laws, and Videophones: The Problem of Juvenile Sexting Prosecutions, in Sacha M. Coupet and Ellen Marrus eds., CHILDREN, SEXUALITY, AND THE LAW (NYU Press 2015).
The Responsibilities of the Jewish Lawyer, in HOWARD LESNICK, RELIGION IN LEGAL THOUGHT AND PRACTICE 19 (2010).
Protection of Free Expression, in THE PENNSYLVANIA CONSTITUTION: A TREATISE ON INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS AND LIBERTIES (Ken Gormley ed., Bisel 2004).
More publications can be found here.
- Free Speech and Civil Liberties
- Constitutional Remedies
- State Constitutional Law
Penn Law - Kenneth W. Gemmill Professor of Law (2004- ); Associate Dean and Professor of Law (2002-04); Professor of Law (1992-2002); Associate Professor of Law (1985-92); Assistant Professor of Law (1981-85)
Chair, Legal Committee, American Civil Liberties Union, Philadelphia Chapter (2004- )
Fine, Kaplan & Black, Philadelphia Pa. - Associate (1978-81)
Law Clerk to the Hon. Arlin M. Adams, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit (1977-78)
Member American Law Institute (2009- present)
Member of the Board, American Civil Liberties Union, Philadelphia Chapter (1982 present); Cooperating Attorney (1979 present); Chair, Legal Committee (2004-present)
Womens Law Project Cooperating Attorney (1979 present); (Board of Directors, 1991-1997); (Litigation Committee 1997-present)
Member: American Jewish Congress Commission on Social Action (1986-1996)
- Constitutional Law
- Constitutional Litigation
- Complex Litigation
- First Amendment
- Individual Rights and Health Care
- Privacy and Disclosure