Skip to main content

Tag: Featured

View All 

International Public Interest Litigation 

July 11, 2024

Toll Public Interest Scholar Angela Yu L’26 is interning for Lawyers for Human Rights (LHR) in Johannesburg, South Africa for 10 weeks this summer.

International & Comparative Law, Pathways to the Profession 

‘Stop Decriminalising Crime’ 

July 10, 2024

“When a gap opens between what the law punishes and what society believes should be punished, people lose respect for the law and are more likely to violate it,” writes Prof. Paul H. Robinson and Jeffrey Seaman L’27.

Criminal Law & Justice, Research and Scholarship 

‘The Supreme Court Creates a Lawless Presidency’ 

July 2, 2024

At The New York Times, Prof. Kate Shaw writes that none of the Supreme Court’s precedents supports the Trump immunity decision.

Constitutional Law & Civil Rights, Research and Scholarship 

Remembering Justice Yvonne Mokgoro LLM ’90, Hon’09 

July 2, 2024

We honor the legacy of Justice Yvonne Mokgoro LLM’90, Hon’09, the first Black woman appointed to South Africa’s bench and an instrumental figure in ending Apartheid.

Constitutional Law & Civil Rights, International & Comparative Law 

SCOTUS Ruling on Trump Immunity 

July 1, 2024

Prof. Claire O. Finkelstein and Prof. Cary Coglianese offer their insights on the Supreme Court’s decision in Trump v. United States.

Constitutional Law & Civil Rights 

Social Media Content SCOTUS Decision 

July 1, 2024

Senior Fellow Gus Hurwitz said, “It is hard to see how this [decision] doesn’t dictate the ultimate resolution of the case.”

Administrative & Regulatory Law, IP & Technology Law 

Toward Tomorrow 

July 1, 2024

As featured in the latest issue of The Journal, Dean Sophia Z. Lee believes in the power of dialogue as she moves Penn Carey Law toward the next decade with respect for the past and excitement about the future.

 

Obstruction Charge Narrowed for Jan. 6 Defendants 

June 28, 2024

“Increasingly, it looks as though a majority of this Court is willing to bend the normal rules to favor Trump,” said Prof. Kermit Roosevelt.

Constitutional Law & Civil Rights 

Overturning Chevron 

June 28, 2024

Prof. Cary Coglianese and Senior Fellow Gus Hurwitz offer their insights on the Supreme Court decision overturning Chevron.

Administrative & Regulatory Law 

SCOTUS Decision on Administrative Agency Powers 

June 28, 2024

Prof. Jill E. Fisch calls the SEC v. Jarkesy decision a “narrow ruling that does not broadly jeopardize administrative agency power.”

 

Continued Access to Emergency Abortion Care 

June 27, 2024

“The opinion does not explain why the Court took this procedural punt,” said Prof. Allison K. Hoffman.

Constitutional Law & Civil Rights 

‘A Right to a Better Decision’ 

June 27, 2024

Prof. Cary Coglianese writes that “public preferences for human decisions may give way in time to calls for governmental decisions made by artificial intelligence.”

Administrative & Regulatory Law, IP & Technology Law