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September 5th, 2019
- , 201912:00 PM - 1:15 PM Tanenbaum 320Sep5
September 10th, 2019
- , 20196:30 PM - 8:30 PM Silverman 245A, Bernard Segal Moot Court RoomSep10
October 16th, 2019
- , 201912:00 PM Tanenbaum 345Oct16
The Center on Professionalism selects three 1L students for First Generation Professionals Fellowship
Connected: Reimagining Community in the Pursuit of Justice
In forthcoming article, Prof. Ossei-Owusu reveals role of race in the development of the 6th Amendment right to counsel“The Sixth Amendment Façade: The Racial Evolution of the Right to Counsel,” forthcoming in the University of Pennsylvania Law Review, marshals “archival documents, primary sources, oral histories, case law, and secondary literature” to trace the history of indigent defense and the Sixth Amendment right to counsel from the early twentieth century to the present.
- careylawupenn: Outbreak of coronavirus reignites conversation about Taiwan’s position in the WHO. Prof. deLisle comments. @WSJ https://t.co/KBQXx26X2x
- careylawupenn: Penn Law Prof. Jean Galbraith is among the 45 lawyers, judges, and law professors recently elected to the @AmLawInst! https://t.co/nT1BZpMJh6 https://t.co/jPeF7roHdL
- careylawupenn: RT @pennJDMBA: Interested in earning your #MBA and #JD degrees in 3 years? Register for a @Wharton Campus Visit Day to attend a Carey JD/MB…