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  • December 21
    A paper by former Sharswood Fellow Craig Konnoth has received the annual Privacy Papers for Policymakers Award from the Future of Privacy Forum. The award recognizes leading privacy scholarship that is relevant to policymakers in the U.S. Congress, at federal agencies, and at data protection authorities around the world.
  • December 14
    Penn Law, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), and multinational insurer Chubb have received the Financial Times’ 2017 “Highly Commended” award for innovative collaboration, in recognition of their partnership that places a globally trained Penn Law post-graduate fellow each year within the UNDP’s Rule of Law team at the United Nations.  
  • October 30
    Penn Law has announced a new partnership for its Chubb Rule of Law Fellowship, a prestigious post-graduate fellowship awarded annually to a Penn Law student or recent graduate pursuing a public-interest career in international rule of law and human rights. The 2018 Chubb Rule of Law Fellow will be placed with the United Nations Development Programme’s (UNDP) Rule of Law, Justice, Security and Human Rights (RoLJSHR) team at the United Nations in New York.
  • June 29
    Established in 2012 in partnership with the University of Pennsylvania Law School, the fellowship creates new pathways for students to build careers in international rule of law and human rights.
  • November 11
  • April 4
    Liz Booth discusses her work with Community Legal Services of Philadelphia, working to expand awareness of local protections for tenants who have experienced domestic violence and sexual violence.
  • April 4
    Jesse Krohn L’11, a staff attorney at Philadelphia Legal Assistance, discusses her work in the family law unit providing direct representation to indigent teen parents on matters of child support and custody, protection from abuse, and access to public benefits.