News and Events
Christopher Yoo co-authors report on improving broadband connectivity in Latin America and the Caribbean
The full report: Strategies and Business Models for Improving Broadband Connectivity in Latin America and the Caribbean: Guidelines for the Planning, Investment, and Rollout of Broadband Networks
Anita Allen to deliver keynote: ‘Privacy’s Greatest Ethical Challenges: Online Equity and Civil Rights, AI and Health’
At the virtual Privacy + Security Forum on October 1, 2021
Christopher Yoo answers the question as a member of the Antitrust Brainstorming Board, a new project of Competition Policy International and CCA
In the Spotlight
‘The Dean of American Antitrust Law’ honors Prof. Hovenkamp’s contributions to contemporary U.S. antitrust doctrine
The tribute book celebrates Prof. Hovenkamp’s life and work through contributions by peers, colleagues, and former students.
Prof Jennifer Rothman explains how Hansen v. Coca-Cola Company raises questions about the right of publicity’s intersection with other IP rights.
Broadband expansion, in rural areas especially, is a key component of the infrastructure package proposed by the Biden Administration. Penn professors identify the monumental task at hand.
Six members of the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School have received teaching awards for the 2020–21 academic year. Maggie Blackhawk is awarded the Harvey Levin Memorial teaching award; Elizabeth Pollman is awarded the LLM teaching award; R. Polk Wagner is awarded the A. Leo Levin Award for Excellence in an Introductory Course; Jill E. Fisch is awarded the Robert A. Gorman Award for Excellence in Teaching; Xun Zeng GL’03 L’07 is awarded the Adjunct Teaching Award; and Cynthia Dahl receives the Experiential Teaching Award.
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