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Learning and Teaching Entrepreneurship 

May 18, 2022

Through the Entrepreneurship Legal Clinic, Max Levinbook L’22 recently taught what he’s learned to the next generation of entrepreneurs: Philadelphia High School students.

Alumni, article archive, Beyond the Classroom, Business, Clinics, Cross Disciplinary, Education, Entrepreneurship, Experiential, Featured, Law School, Local, Philadelphia, Social, Students 

AI & Inequities 

May 11, 2022

Dana Dyer L’22 has authored a trailblazing report shining a light on how AI contributes to racial bias in hiring processes for Black educators.

article archive, Curriculum, diversity, Education, Featured, Igniting Positive Change, inclusion, Law and Technology, RacialJustice, Rangita de Silva de Alwis, Research and Scholarship, Social, Students, Tech Law, thoughtleadership 

Four students describe their experiences in the JD/MSEd joint degree program 

March 11, 2022

The Law School offers several joint degrees that help students pave the way to the careers they want.

article archive, Cross Disciplinary, Cross-Disciplinary, Education, Students, Video 

From international relations to virtual reality education: Dr. Farah Jan ML’23 expands her expertise in the ML Program 

March 7, 2022

A self-proclaimed “life-long learner,” Dr. Farah Jan first enrolled in an ML course to help her navigate a new tech venture – and enjoyed it so much that she opted to complete the whole degree.

article archive, Business, Cross Disciplinary, Curriculum, Education, Featured, Global, Law School, ML, Penn, Student Life, Students, Tech Law, Transnational 

Immigration and refugee justice advocacy at the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School 

March 1, 2022

University of Pennsylvania Carey Law students have an amalgam of academic and experiential opportunities to prepare them for careers fighting for immigration and refugee justice.

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Simone Hunter-Hobson L’23 calls on the legal community to prioritize Black women’s health in new report 

January 26, 2022

The work is part of a longer report entitled “A Place at the Table,” written by students in Professor Rangita de Silva de Alwis’s “Women, Law, and Leadership” class.

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Clinic students hone vital interpersonal skills during legal simulations with trained actors 

December 22, 2021

Trained actors assist law students to practice their legal representation skills before jumping into real-world work.

article archive, Beyond the Classroom, Clinics, Education, Experiential, Faculty, Featured, Law School, Life at Penn Law, Local, Mediation, Student Life, Students 

New course analyzes the role of progressive prosecutors in the criminal justice reform movement 

September 30, 2021

Using Philadelphia as a microcosm, “Criminal Justice Reform and the Progressive Prosecution Movement” will analyze the emerging trend of progressive prosecutors’ offices and discuss how their strategies fit into a larger movement for criminal justice reform.

article archive, Criminal Justice, Curriculum, Education, Faculty, Featured, Law School, Local, Research and Scholarship 

The 19th Amendment, Biddle Law Library, and the City of Sisterly Love 

February 11, 2020

ABA exhibit on women’s suffrage visits Penn Law to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the 19th amendment

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Penn Law’s Annual Keedy Cup Finals 2020 

January 15, 2020

Law School students prepare to argue in this year’s moot court competition.

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Penn Law #1 in the country for new grads’ employment outcomes 

March 20, 2018

Penn Law tops 2019 U.S. News & World Report for percentage of graduates securing full-time jobs for which bar passage is required or a J.D. is an advantage.

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