Prof. Tobias Wolff Discusses Impacts of the Nationwide Wave of Anti-LGBTQ Bills and Roe Draft Opinion: WHYY
Public interest podcast hosts Dr. Monique Morris to discuss the disparities faced by African American girls
Maureen Reilly weighs in on how Penn Law prepares students to be practice ready for in-house general counsel
Case in Point Podcast: NPR’s Nina Totenberg sits down with Dean Ruger to discuss her insights on covering SCOTUS
David Skeel explains why Puerto Rico needs access to bankruptcy
Penn Law’s David Skeel discusses the financial crisis and Puerto Rico and the island’s need for access to bankruptcy.
What’s next: Wendell Pritchett talks about his year as dean of Penn Law
Wendell Pritchett reflects on his year as interim dean of Penn Law, his return to Penn after serving as chancellor at Rutgers-Camden, and his future projects.
Jeffrey Vagle, CTIC Executive Director, talks about new developments in surveillance law
Penn Law’s Jeffrey Vagle, the Executive Director of the Center for Technology, Innovation & Competition, talks about the current state of surveillance law, what legal developments to look to in the future, and the challenges of balancing security and civil liberties.
Professor Mooney discusses international law reform as first Global Thought Leader
As part of the Global Thought Leader series, Penn Law professor Charles Mooney spoke on his experience in international law reform as a delegate for the Cape Town Convention and his recent work with the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law.
Frank Goodman: A history major who witnessed major history
Professor Emeritus Frank Goodman discusses about his long and varied career during which he drafted Groucho Marx’s will, argued cases in the Warren Court, and was tear-gassed in Berkeley.