At The Regulatory Review, Janaina Rodrigues Valle Gomes LLM’23 explores policy recommendations proposed by Rangita de Silva de Alwis and other scholars to ensure equity in AI development.
Two of the most powerful IP regulators in the Capitol are Penn Carey Law alumnae.
Three LLM Post-Graduate Public Interest Fellows advance careers dedicated to public interest in an international arena.
A new report jointly released by Penn Carey Law and Temple Law finds that the ChildLine Registry disproportionately harms Black Pennsylvanians.
This year, 18 Penn Carey Law alumni launch dynamic public interest careers through post-graduate fellowships.
The Journal pays tribute to Robert “Bob” Toll L’66 and his tremendous impact at Penn Carey Law and the legal profession.
For the first time since the pandemic, Jacques deLisle, Stephen A. Cozen Professor of Law & Professor of Political Science, visited Taiwan in December and marveled that the trip “was an impressive Penn Carey Law alumni fest.”
Eric L. Johnson L’03, whose career in public service is rooted in his time at Penn Carey Law, has been re-elected as the Mayor of Dallas.
Paul Sindberg L’23, the first graduate of the LGBTQ Certificate program, will advocate for equitable LGBTQ+ rights and care as a union lawyer.
Alumni, students, and faculty at the University of Pennsylvania Care Law School discuss how the JD/MBE (Bioethics) joint degree advances a range of careers sitting at the intersection of law and medicine.