‘Live Free or Die’
Ukrainian Parliament member Oleksiy Goncharenko advocated a worldwide effort to “defeat evil” in the 2023 Holt Lecture.
Award-Winning National Security Law Scholarship
Prof. Jean Galbraith’s article, “The Runaway Presidential Power Over Diplomacy” has been awarded the Mike Lewis Prize.
Putting Women Back into the Picture
In a new report, students study the intersection between arts, culture, and gender-based stereotypes to better understand trends in law and policy worldwide.
Thought Leadership: Closing the Climate Funding Gap
Prof. Bill Burke-White proposes a “green investment treaty” to close the climate funding gap.
Education for Global Business Leadership
Penn Carey Law students pursuing joint JD/MAs with the Lauder Institute travel around the world to prepare for positions leading global business sectors.
Bringing Accountability to War Criminals
Jonathan Wiersema L’ 24 worked as a Legal Horizons Rule of Law Fellow in Tbilisi, Georgia building universal jurisdiction cases against war criminals.
The U.S. and International Disability Law
At the University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law, Benjamin A. Barsky L’19, GR’19 writes about how cities and states have incorporated international disability rights principles in their laws and policies.
Pathways to the Profession: Jake Drucker L’24
This summer, Global Legal Practice Fellow Jake Drucker L’24 interned at Hochleitner Rechtsanwälte GmbH in Linz, Austria.
Pathways to the Profession: Paul-Angelo dell’Isola L’24
This summer, Paul-Angelo dell’Isola L’24 interned with Bredin Prat in Paris, France, gaining valuable experience in international arbitration.
Pelosi’s Taiwan Visit
At Taiwan Insight, Prof. Jacques deLisle writes that Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan was “more symptom than cause of the trouble in U.S.-China relations.”
Global Advancement of Women’s Rights
Professor Rangita de Silva de Alwis was elected to serve as an independent expert on the UN Committee tasked with implementing the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW).
Geopolitical Balance in Asia
“The U.S. must act more decisively to build on Europe’s engagement and ensure Kazakhstan does not drift closer to China or back to Russia,” writes Prof. William Burke-White.