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  • July 20

    Professor Bill Burke-White has acquired a deep well of knowledge about global affairs the hard way: he’s set foot in much of the world and studied the most difficult challenges as a top aide to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Burke-White, a scholar in the areas of international criminal and international economic law, is drawing on his expertise and experience as the Richard Perry Professor and Inaugural Director of Perry World House.

    Faculty, International, Perry World House
  • March 6
    Transnational Legal Clinic lecturer in law Ayodele Gansallo has been working hard to assist those affected by the recent Trump travel ban. Click the link to read more on
    Clinics, Faculty, Human Rights, Immigration, International, LLM, News, Philadelphia, Public Service, Transnational
  • June 8
    Like “The Act of Killing,”  Joshua Oppenheimer’s “The Look of Silence” examines the 1965 Indonesian genocide; this time the focus is Adi Rukun, the brother of a victim, who pursues his own mission of truth and reconciliation.
    Documentaries blog, Documentaries, Human Rights, International, Law-Genre Docs, Social Justice
  • April 24
    Though summer is a great time to travel, international travel introduces new risks to your data and devices. Here are some tips to keep you safe while traveling abroad.
    International, ITS Tips, Mobile, Privacy, Security & Privacy, Security, WiFi