As we reflect on an exceptionally noteworthy year in legal history, the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School celebrates our community’s accomplishments with a collection of our top news stories of 2022.
Over the past year, we reaffirmed our commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion and supported students, faculty, and alumni working to transcend the boundaries of academic discipline. Moreover, countless members of our community advocated some of the most pressing legal issues across the country — including Lecturer in Law Deuel Ross L’09 at the Supreme Court on voting rights and representation.
Here is a glimpse at some of our top news stories from 2022:
Daniella Cass C’19, L’22 will clerk for Justice Samuel A. Alito during the 2024-25 term.
The JD Class of 2025 embodies Penn Carey Law’s strong commitments to cross-disciplinary learning, advocacy, service, and academic excellence.
Penn Carey Law faculty, staff, and alumni reactions to the nomination of Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court.
Lisa M. Fairfax had the honor and privilege of introducing Supreme Court Associate Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson at her nomination hearingsPresidential Professor
A Quattrone Center study has found that misdemeanor bail reforms in Harris County, Texas have had a positive impact on public safety.
Law School’s newest clinic, focusing on civil rights and racial justice equity.Cara McClellan GEd’12 will lead the
Profs. Roosevelt and Wolff as well as student leaders of a pro bono reproductive justice project share their insights.