Profs. Jasmine Harris and Karen M. Tani L’07, PhD’11 discuss their article, “Disability on the Docket” with the Center for Public Integrity.
A new report jointly released by Penn Carey Law and Temple Law finds that the ChildLine Registry disproportionately harms Black Pennsylvanians.
Penn Carey Law welcomes Asst. Prof. Michael Morse C’13, an expert on voting rights and election law, to the faculty.
Profs. Jasmine Harris and Karen Tani L’07, PhD’11 have published a pathbreaking paper that highlights the disability through-line in the Supreme Court’s recent cases.
At The Regulatory Review, Cara McClellan GEd’12 explains what’s left and what’s next for racial diversity in college admissions after the Supreme Court’s recent affirmative action decision.
At The Regulatory Review, Prof. Michael S. Knoll shares his insights on a recent Supreme Court decision that is “about much more than porkchops.”
Asst. Prof. of Law Michael Morse C’13 told Penn Today that the Moore v. Harper ruling is “a mixed bag.”
“It remains to be seen how far this radical new doctrine will reach,” said Prof. Tobias Wolff on the Supreme Court’s decision in 303 Creative.
Prof. Tobias Wolff opines that the Supreme Court’s decision in Mallory “may have major implications.”
Deuel Ross L’09 successfully argued before the Supreme Court that Alabama’s congressional map violates Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act of 1965.
“The Speech Clause of the First Amendment has never been a license for businesses to discriminate in the commercial marketplace,” writes Prof. Tobias Wolff.
“The fight for the E.R.A… . should serve as a reminder that constitutional amendment is possible,” writes Visiting Prof. Kate Shaw at The New York Times.