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
In the past year alone, nearly two million papers have been downloaded from the Law School’s Legal Scholarship Repository.
Olivia Bethea L’21 argues for intellectual property reparations for African American inventors in forthcoming essay
Bethea’s “The Unmaking of ‘Black Bill Gates’: How the U.S. Patent System Failed African American Inventors” will be published in the University of Pennsylvania Law Review Online.
Each year, the Foundation for the Advancement of Diversity in Intellectual Property honors one law student who has made exceptional contributions to intellectual property.
Student journals afford members the opportunity to engage in and produce cutting-edge legal scholarship
The Law School’s seven journals provide student members an invaluable experience in substantive law as well as skills in research, analysis, and expression.
The Journal of International Law (JIL) is widely recognized as one of the top international law journals in the world.
Journal of Law and Public Affairs explores pressing issues facing society through cutting-edge scholarship
The Journal of Law and Public Affairs provides a forum for policymakers, practitioners, judges, professors, and students to delve deeply into pressing law and policy issues.
University of Pennsylvania Journal of Business Law publishes cutting-edge scholarship on wide range of business law issues
The University of Pennsylvania Journal of Business Law publishes articles and comments on a broad range of business law topics,
Law School’s Asian Law Review is one of most prominent student journals dedicated to legal developments in Asia
The Asian Law Review provides a forum for scholars and students to discuss and contribute to cutting-edge legal developments and legal affairs in Asia.
The Journal of Law and Social Change takes interdisciplinary, scholarly approach to challenge social injustice
JLASC’s broad mission attracts articles from a diverse range of legal scholars, practitioners and activists around the country.
The University of Pennsylvania Law Review: the oldest and one of the most cited law journals in the country
The University of Pennsylvania Law Review was founded in 1852 as the American Law Register and is the oldest published law journal in the United States.