In its eighth year, the Law School’s Master in Law Program continues to expand, drawing students from a wide array of fields with its fundamentally cross-disciplinary approach to legal education.
Lisa Scottoline C’77, L’81, Kimberly McCreight L’98, and Pam Jenoff L’01 discuss how their Penn Law education helped them build incredibly successful writing careers.
An impressive cohort of 156 globally-trained lawyers, judges, and diplomats will join the Law School in the fall of 2021.
Each year, the Foundation for the Advancement of Diversity in Intellectual Property honors one law student who has made exceptional contributions to intellectual property.
Rizzo’s recently published pieces span constitutional, environmental, family, and intellectual property law.
Student journals afford members the opportunity to engage in and produce cutting-edge legal scholarship
The Law School’s seven journals provide student members an invaluable experience in substantive law as well as skills in research, analysis, and expression.
Penn Law students in clinics and externships serve as lead counsel on their own cases rather than merely supporting the work of faculty.
Lindsay Kirker ML’17 MSN’17 is applying her interdisciplinary education at Penn Medicine during the COVID-19 crisis
Lindsay Kirker ML’17 MSN’17 is an Assistant Nurse Manager with Penn Medicine’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU).
Max Masuda-Farkas L’22, MUSA’22 is taking full advantage of the Law School’s cross-disciplinary offerings, pursuing joint degrees from the Law School and the Weitzman School of Design and earning a Wharton certificate.
Hannah Victor Nu’17 L’18 combines law and nursing degrees as an Air Force Nurse and Bioethics Committee Chair
Victor was not only the first, but also remains the only person to have completed the BSN/JD program at Penn.
The Legal History Consortium, jointly sponsored by the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School and the Penn’s Graduate History Department, was formed to promote interdisciplinary research, scholarship, and education in law and history.