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Historic fundraising and engagement campaign solidifies and enhances ‘The Power of Penn Law’ 

January 10, 2022

“The Power of Penn Law” campaign is the Law School’s most successful fundraising and engagement effort to date.

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Leeza Garber L’11 publishes book on cybersecurity hiring best practices 

January 20, 2022

Garber’s book is co-authored by Scott Olson, former FBI agent, and includes interviews with Fortune 500 CSOs and CISOs and high-ranking government officials, among others.

Alumni, alumnibooks, article archive, Featured, Law and Technology, Research and Scholarship 

In remembrance of Lani Guinier, former Law School professor and pioneering civil rights advocate 

January 11, 2022

The Law School remembers and honors the legacy of Lani Guinier, who taught here from 1988 and 1998 and passed away on Friday, January 7, 2022.

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Prof. Kermit Roosevelt argues that the U.S. was born not in 1619 or 1776 but rather in 1863 with the Emancipation Proclamation 

January 10, 2022

In an opinion piece at The Hill, Prof. Roosevelt urges Americans to “remember how we first started on the path of liberty and equality.”

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At Bloomberg Law, Prof. Cary Coglianese emphasizes the importance of empathy in an automated state 

January 6, 2022

“The prospect of automating a vast swath of governmental decisions … promises more than just a path toward more efficient delivery of government services. It can provide, at the same time, an important opportunity to lead toward a more empathetic government,” writes Coglianese.

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Ayo Aladesanmi ML’23 MPA’23 brings a legal perspective to public policy 

January 5, 2022

Ayo Aladesanmi ML’23 MPA’23 takes a cross-disciplinary approach to public policy.

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Leonard de Guzman ML’24 connects engineering, civil service, and law 

December 27, 2021

De Guzman is eager to use his education to enter interdisciplinary legal spaces.

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Law School prioritizes holistic support for first-generation professional students 

December 23, 2021

Early support for the First Generation Professionals Scholarship initiative includes two endowment contributions from Frank Ghali L’00 and Rory Babich L’89.

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Art and architecture at the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School: Dr. Caroline Burnham Kilgore L’1883 

December 22, 2021

Kilgore was the Law School’s first woman graduate, the first woman admitted to the Pennsylvania Bar, and the first woman to argue before the Supreme Court of the United States.

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