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Supporting Vital Immigrant Defense

Supporting Vital Immigrant Defense

This spring, the Transnational Legal Clinic traveled to Georgia to assist the Southern Poverty Law Center’s work representing immigrant detainees.

Supporting Sustainable Start-Ups & Underrepresented Entrepreneurs

Supporting Sustainable Start-Ups & Underrepresented Entrepreneurs

Our Entrepreneurship Legal Clinic contributes to economic development with a focus on underrepresented entrepreneurs and social impact start-ups.

2023-24 Faculty Teaching Awards

2023-24 Faculty Teaching Awards

Congratulations to all recipients of Penn Carey Law teaching awards this year!

Civil Forfeiture Decision ‘May Present Hope As Well As Disappointment’

Civil Forfeiture Decision ‘May Present Hope As Well As Disappointment’

Louis S. Rulli shares his insights on the Supreme Court’s recent decision in Culley v. Marshall.

Protecting the Right to Seek Asylum

Protecting the Right to Seek Asylum

At The Hill, Transnational Legal Clinic Director Sarah Paoletti urges representatives to “take a long, hard look at the ways our immigration and deportation systems are failing people who are in harm’s way.”

Skadden Fellowships

Skadden Fellowships

Allison Nasson L’24 and Mikaela Wolf-Sorokin L’24 have been awarded prestigious Skadden Fellowships.

Distinguished Faculty Retirements

Distinguished Faculty Retirements

Two distinguished faculty members have retired from the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School: Sarah Barringer Gordon and Doug Frenkel W’68, L’72.

Bolstering Clinical Legal Studies

Bolstering Clinical Legal Studies

The Gittis Legal Clinics welcomed two new clinical faculty and a full-time social worker, expanding our clinics’ cross-disciplinary capacity.