Pennsylvania State Government Leadership
Three Penn Carey Law alumni have accepted high-level leadership roles in Pennsylvania Governor Josh Shapiro’s administration.
Abortion Drug Approval
At The Regulatory Review, Evelyn Tsisin L’24, GR’24 argues that the FDA — not courts — should decide on the safety of abortion drugs.
Is Your Phone a Medical Device?
At The Regulatory Review, Nabil Shaikh L’24 explores the perspective that Congress and the FDA should treat risky clinical artificial intelligence tools as medical devices.
Award-Winning Privacy Scholarship
Prof. Anita L. Allen’s article on privacy, race, equity, and online data-protection reform has been awarded a 2023 Privacy Papers for Policymakers Award.
AI Art Is in Legal Greyscale
“The legal ambiguity of art created by artificial intelligence adds confusion to controversy,” writes Elizabeth Penava L’23 at The Regulatory Review.
The Future of America’s Health Insurance
“[I]t is an ideal time to begin to invest in policies that can foster a more secure, less complicated, and more equitable post-pandemic horizon of health insurance,” writes Prof. Allison K. Hoffman.
Assistant Prof. Yanbai Andrea Wang analyzes the U.S. governmental response to the COVID-19 pandemic in a recently published article.
The Law of Networks, Platforms, and Utilities
Prof. Shelley Welton has co-authored a new casebook that encourages using the tools of NPU law to help address some of the most pressing problems of our time.
Repealing the Adoption and Safe Families Act
“ASFA dealt a devastating blow to Black families,” and the time to repeal the Clinton-Era law is now, writes Prof. Dorothy E. Roberts.
Neutralizing the Atmosphere
“Disjunctive efforts toward net zero … threaten to undermine the legal, political, and physical foundations of the global project,” writes Prof. Shelley Welton.
SCOTUS Tackles Pork Regulation
Prof. Michael Knoll explores the potential ramifications of National Pork Producers Council v. Ross in The Regulatory Review.
Honoring Dr. Ronald S. Litman ML’18
Bestselling author Patrick Radden Keefe was the featured speaker at the Master in Law Program’s spring lecture honoring Dr. Ronald S. Litman ML’18.