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Long COVID and the Workplace 

June 6, 2022

Prof. Jasmine Harris discusses the new disability of Long COVID in the context of employment law.

Research and Scholarship 

Prof. Allison Hoffman explains SCOTUS decisions that block Biden’s OSHA vaccine mandate but allow the rule for health care workers 

January 13, 2022

“This Supreme Court has begun to narrow the scope of agency authority, including with today’s decision on the OSHA rule.”

Research and Scholarship 

Lecturer in Law Jennifer Arbittier Williams C’92, L’95 secures Dougherty and Henon convictions 

November 19, 2021

Williams is the U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania and Lecturer in Law at the Law School.


Julia Simon-Mishel L’13 wins major case for Pennsylvania gig workers 

August 12, 2020

Julia Simon-Mishel L’13 represented an UberX driver in a case that landed before the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.


Research from Sharswood Fellow proposes “Shadow 401(k)s” in response to retirement crisis 

October 17, 2016

New research by Penn Law’s Deepa Das Acevedo proposes a plan that would establish a universally available, federally administered, portable 401(k) plan and annuity purchase that would alleviate some of the retirement challenges faced by workers.