Penn Carey Law graduates and alums have secured several highly competitive public interest fellowships, empowering them to launch dynamic careers advocating for justice across the country.
Prof. Stephen Burbank’s Research on the Surge in Republican Support for Private Lawsuits to Implement Rights Cited: The New York Times
Prof. Tobias Wolff Explores the Future of Same-Sex Marriage in Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania Capital-Star
Prof. Kermit Roosevelt Questions the Fate of Existing Same-Sex Marriages If Banned by States in the Future: Mother Jones
Prof. Serena Mayeri Makes Equal Protection Argument in Amicus Brief for Dobbs: The Daily Pennsylvanian
Prof. Kermit Roosevelt Cautions that the Future of Same-Sex Marriage and Contraception Rights are Unclear: Rollcall
Equal Justice Works Fellow Marissa Schwartz L’22 will advocate for survivors of domestic violence in Philadelphia.
Prof. Jasmine Harris discusses the new disability of Long COVID in the context of employment law.
The Environmental Law Project (ELP) is dedicated to environmental law and policy, fighting climate change, and advancing environmental justice
Quattrone Center Report Offers Guidance on How Defense and Prosecution Teams can Collaborate to Address Prosecutorial Misconduct Claims: Crime Report
The Spring 2022 issue of the Penn Law Journal shines a light on alumni working to disrupt systems of injustice that plague the legal world.