Eleanor Mammen L’25
Eleanor is originally from New York City and graduated from Scripps College with a degree in American Studies. During her time at Scripps, she helped run a hotline to provide resources to student survivors of sexual assault, and led a summer camp program for teenagers with intellectual and developmental disabilities. She also interned at PEN America’s Prison Writing Program and the Urban Justice Center’s Sex Workers Project, experiences which shaped her desire to pursue a career in criminal defense. After graduating from college, she worked in a variety of roles, including as a campaign organizer and as an Urban Fellow with the City of New York.
At Penn Carey Law, Eleanor is on the board of the Walk-In Legal Assistance Pro Bono Project and an Associate Editor of the Law Review. She spent her 1L summer at Phillips Black in Philadelphia, where she gained experience in post-conviction and capital defense.