International & Comparative Law Faculty
Penn Law students engage with one of the nation’s most outstanding law school faculties.
With diverse experience in international and comparative law, our faculty members bring to the classroom a broad global view of the role of law in society.
- Shyamkrishna Balganesh (Copyright, Intellectual Property, Property)
- Stephen B. Burbank (Civil Litigation)
- William Burke-White (Public International Law)
- Howard Chang (Immigration, International Trade, International Environmental Law)
- Cary Coglianese (Administrative Law, Environmental Law, Government Regulation)
- Jacques deLisle (Chinese Law, Public International Law, International Relations)
- William B. Ewald (Public International Law, Comparative Law, European Union Law)
- Eric A. Feldman (Japanese Law, Public Health)
- Claire Finkelstein (Law and Ethics of War, Jurisprudence of War Crimes)
- Jean Galbraith (Foreign Relations Law, International Institutions)
- Michael Knoll (International Tax)
- Charles W. Mooney, Jr. (International Business, Private International Law)
- Sarah Paoletti (Immigration Law, Human Rights, Labor Law)
- Paul H. Robinson (Criminal Law)
Chris Sanchirico (International Tax)
- Beth Simmons (Human Rights, International Law, Borders and Boundaries)
- David A. Skeel, Jr. (Law and Religion, Debt Relief, Corporate Law)
- Christopher S. Yoo (Intellectual Property, Communications, Economic Regulation)
Bok Visiting International Professors
Each year, top internationally recognized experts are hand-picked by our faculty for their contributions to their fields. Bok professors enrich our curriculum by offering short, specialized courses in small classroom settings.
Adjunct Faculty and Fellows
Our adjunct faculty members are practitioners with deep experience in their fields, who bring specialized expertise to the classroom.
- Fernando Chang-Muy (Immigration Law, Social Welfare, International Human Rights, Public Health)
- Rangita de Silva de Alwis (International Women’s Human Rights)
- Gabriela Femenia (Research in Foreign and International Law)
- Michael McMillen (Islamic Finance)
- Mark Nevitt (National Security Law, Environmental Law, International Law)
Visiting Scholars & Researchers
We believe that the intellectual lives of Penn Law faculty and students are enriched by the academic and regional diversity of our visitors. With our faculty’s support, Penn Law permits selected legal professionals to pursue research as integrated members of the Penn Law community.
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