“The Return” reveals why a lawyer, deeply involved in the resentencing of Three Strikers as a way of reducing mass incarceration, placed reentry services near the top of his concerns.
Quattrone Center Report Offers Guidance on How Defense and Prosecution Teams can Collaborate to Address Prosecutorial Misconduct Claims: Crime Report
Prof. Kim Ferzan L’95 Testifies on the Definition of ‘Consent’ Before House Judiciary Committee: KTOO
University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School Captures #6 Spot in 2023 U.S. News & World Report Rankings
This is the first time that Penn Carey Law has been the sole occupant of the #6 spot, marking the highest ranking the Law School has achieved since U.S. News began ranking law schools in 1987.
Hermes Hein Aedo LLM’22 and María Alejandra Maldonado Ibaceta LLM’22 aim to apply international perspectives to criminal law reforms in Chile
Hermes and Alejandra intend to bring what they learn at the Law School back to their home country.
At Criminal Law and Philosophy, Prof. Stephen Morse explores the question: Is executive function the universal acid?
Morse’s persuasive essay is in response to Responsible Brains, a book authored by William Hirstein, Katrina L. Sifferd, and Tyler K. Fagan of Elmhurst College.
Ferzan explains self-defense laws and its elements, including the use of deadly vs. nondeadly force, when use of force is reasonable, and provocateurs and initial aggressors.
Quattrone Center Executive Director John Hollway calls for increased awareness of criminal justice system errors: ABC 10
Quattrone Center report provides rare insight on the reality of prosecutorial misconduct in Pennsylvania: The Crime Report
Romm is a Catalyst Fellow at Reprieve U.S.