At the University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law, Benjamin A. Barsky L’19, MBE’19 writes about how cities and states have incorporated international disability rights principles in their laws and policies.
Penn Carey Law reacts to Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s confirmation to the Supreme Court of the United States as the country’s first Black woman justice.
Simone Hunter-Hobson L’23, Chayla Sherrod L’23, and Layla June West L’23 are making history as the editors-in-chief at three of the Law School’s journals. Photo: Elizabeth Robertson / The Philadelphia Inquirer Staff Photographer
Following clerkship positions in the Eleventh and Third Circuits, Cass will clerk for the Supreme Court Justice during the 2024-2025 term.
At the University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law, Prof. Claire Finkelstein explores the issue of presidential immunity
“[I]mmunity from criminal prosecution for a sitting President would undermine all other forms of accountability …”
In the past year alone, nearly two million papers have been downloaded from the Law School’s Legal Scholarship Repository.
Myles Lynch L’20 explores federal and state official qualifications in forthcoming article in the William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal
Lynch explores the provision that prohibits those who have violated their oath to uphold our Constitution from holding any federal or state office.
Rizzo’s recently published pieces span constitutional, environmental, family, and intellectual property law.
Peter Jacobs L’22 draws on his experience as a journalist in exploring freedom of the press issues that have arisen since the George Floyd protests.
In addition to committing to publishing five issues annually, including Fall and Spring online supplements to the print edition, JCL also sponsors a yearly symposium on a cutting-edge topic of constitutional law and featuring notable constitutional law scholars.
For the first time, flagship law journals at top U.S. law schools are all led by women: Washington Post
The Symposium was titled Tinker at 50: Student Activism on Campus. Mary Beth Tinker, one of the named plaintiffs in the Tinker Supreme Court case, delivered the keynote address on student activism.