Penn Carey Law facilitates ample opportunity for cross-disciplinary exploration, positioning our students to gain critical insight on the most cutting-edge areas of contemporary law.
The University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School is dedicated to fostering a community of bold, cross-disciplinary thought and collaboration. With 35 joint degree and certificate programs to choose from and a faculty comprised of scholars with a range of expertise and joint appointments across the University, Penn Carey Law students are well-positioned to emerge as leaders in an increasingly interdisciplinary legal field.
Students & Alumni
Through a partnership with the Lauder Institute of Management and International Studies, JD/MA students explore the world, hone their language skills, and gain pragmatic skills in business management. In this feature, Manuel Diaz Corrada L’24, G’24 (L) and Frank DeSimone L’15, G’15 share their experiences in the program.
- The Center for Technology, Innovation & Competition’s Interdisciplinary Scholarship Program awards scholarships to up to three JD students pursuing joint degrees in law and technology.
- For the first time in more than two years, Penn Carey Law hosted the Cross-Disciplinary Opportunities Fair in-person, providing students an opportunity to explore joint degree and certificate programs that complement their legal education.
Faculty & Staff
, Henry R. Silverman Professor of Law and Professor of Philosophy, is a recipient of Anita L. AllenThe Hastings Center’s 2022 Bioethics Founders’ Award, which recognizes individuals from around the world who have made substantial, sustained contributions to bioethics in ways that have advanced thinking and practice in medicine, the life sciences, and public policy.
- JD/MBA Admissions welcomes Claire Devlin GEd’22 as the new Associate Director of Admissions of the Francis J. & William Polk Carey JD/MBA Program.
- Sarah Paoletti, Practice Professor of Law and Founder and Director of the Transnational Legal Clinic, spoke with Penn Today to unpack what the 5th Circuit’s recent decision means for DACA beneficiaries and their families.
Learn more about these and other exciting cross-disciplinary achievements and developments at Penn Carey Law.