In the “Psychology of Legal Decision-Making” seminar, students learn about substantive areas of legal scholarship and also practice essential skills for understanding—and even developing—new empirical research.
This Penn Carey Law course empowers a new generation of engineers to recognize and examine critically the ethical, moral, and legal quandaries.
In Prof. Lisa M. Fairfax’s trailblazing course, students unpack the history of the ESG movement—and prepare to chart its future.
In “Policy Lab: AI and Implicit Bias,” students propose solutions to address intersectional bias in generative AI.
Rangita de Silva de Alwis leads “Policy Lab on Conflict,” which convenes international policymakers to examine recent conflicts and propose policy imperatives from an intersectional, post-colonial perspective.
LLM and SJD students come from around the world, enriching our campus and classrooms with their diverse lived experiences.
After spending a semester studying women’s international human rights, Penn Carey Law students visited the UN Headquarters in New York.
Penn Carey Law’s thought leadership in the ESG sphere uniquely prepares our students to enter this rapidly evolving field of business law.
The Regulatory Analysis and Decision-Making executive education program attracts professionals working in the public and private sectors across the world.
This past semester, Quattrone Center Fellow Anjelica Hendricks engaged students in the study of how policing intersects with race, gender, ability, and other intertwined socio-economic identities.
Penn Carey Law offers a comprehensive range of opportunities related to climate change and the law.
Penn Carey Law students are learning how they can use their skills to advocate for a healthier, greener world.