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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.

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Penn Law Professors Eric Feldman, and Kermit Roosevelt (centered) conduct a panel on “Perspectives on Legal Reform and Building the Rule of Law”alongside Professor Joseph Lowry (left) of the University of Pennsylvania’s Middle East Center.

Standing Faculty

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.

 Learn more about Bok Visiting International Professors 

Adjunct Faculty

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)
  • Gabriela Femenia (Research in Foreign and International Law)
  • Michael McMillen (Islamic Finance)
  • Harry Reicher (International Human Rights, Law and the Holocaust) 

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.

Learn more about becoming a Visiting Scholar at Penn Law.

 

If you are from the media, please consult our media experts guide for faculty with expertise in international and comparative law.

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