NCAA Rules and Foreign Athletes
At The Regulatory Review, William McDonald L’24 explores the perspective that foreign student-athletes must currently choose between earning money and keeping their immigration status.
What Does ChatGPT Mean For Us?
The Future of the Profession Initiative recently hosted a conversation with leading experts to separate the hype from reality of ChatGPT.
‘Where Is the Outrage?’
The Future of the Profession Initiative’s Jim Sandman L’76 recently discussed strategies to close the civil justice gap.
New ILE Executive Director
Norman M. Powell of Young Conway succeeds Larry Hamermesh as Executive Director of the Institute for Law & Economics.
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.
‘Live Free or Die’
Ukrainian Parliament member Oleksiy Goncharenko advocated a worldwide effort to “defeat evil” in the 2023 Holt Lecture.
Unwavering Commitment to Service
United by an ethos of service, Penn Carey Law’s public interest community cuts across sectors and legal specialties to effect positive change.
Mandating Taped Interrogations
“[A] focus on best practices to avoid undue coercion and false confessions would go a long way to improve the quality of justice in Pennsylvania,” writes the Quattrone Center’s Marissa Bluestine.
Journalism for Justice
Former Washington Post journalist Radley Balko is joining the Quattrone Center as a Journalist Fellow.
Improving Police Response to Protests
The Quattrone Center for the Fair Administration of Justice has released recommendations based on a Sentinel Event Review of the Seattle PD’s response to protests in 2020.
Dedication to Innovation
Michigan Supreme Court Chief Justice Bridget McCormack joins the Future of the Profession Initiative as Strategic Advisor, bringing her breadth of experience and dedication to equal access to justice.
Reforming the Bail System
Prof. Paul Heaton discussed the Quattrone Center’s study on bail reform in Harris County, Texas with the Texas Standard.