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September 5th, 2019
- September 5, 201912:00 PM - 1:15 PM Tanenbaum 320
September 10th, 2019
- September 10, 20196:30 PM - 8:30 PM Silverman 245A, Bernard Segal Moot Court Room
October 16th, 2019
- October 16, 201912:00 PM Tanenbaum 345
Jocelyn A. K. Walcott, a JD/MSEd candidate, has spent the summer as an intern at the United States Department of Education Office for Civil Rights (OCR).
On Wednesday June 24, 2020, the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School held the first event in its summer series, A Path for Change: Policing in America. The series is part of a yearlong colloquium, Achieving Racial Justice.
Today, I write to share some concrete updates on the coming weeks even as our institutional efforts on many other fronts continue. There is much more we must do, including at the Law School, and we will report regularly on our progress.
- pennlaw: The Supreme Court’s decision in the CFPB case “certainly would make it easier for the Court in the future to … undo independent agencies across the board,” says Prof. Cary Coglianese https://t.co/LEVBUgtOz1
- pennlaw: Today we welcome Former Delaware Supreme Court Chief Justice Leo E. Strine, Jr. L’88 into a new role as the Michael L. Wachter Distinguished Fellow in Law and Policy! https://t.co/Mr9iFskSVQ https://t.co/RD9xAoQCKF
- pennlaw: “Putting pressure on prosecutors … not only violates federal law and fundamental fairness, it also recklessly undermines the legal system’s legitimacy,” comments Cary Coglianese on reports of Trump Administration interference at the DOJ. https://t.co/SEI8oyjd73