Prof. Tobias Wolff Discusses Impacts of the Nationwide Wave of Anti-LGBTQ Bills and Roe Draft Opinion: WHYY
The new, formalized, cross-disciplinary program will enable students to study LGBTQ+ issues from multiple perspectives.
Sharswood Fellow Allison M. Whelan’s research focuses on the roles of agencies, legislatures, the courts, and the executive in regulating the distribution of and access to medicines and medical services.
As numerous proposed laws and policies threaten transgender rights around the country, it is especially important to provide affirmation, education, and advocacy.
At The Philadelphia Inquirer, Prof. Dorothy Roberts argues that the child welfare system can destroy families
“Home inspections . . may lead to intensive monitoring that lasts for years, forced separation of children, and, at the extreme, the permanent termination of parental rights,” writes Roberts.
Prof. Tobias Wolff explains the Florida ‘Don’t Say Gay’ bill and a Texas directive on transgender children
Wolff is the Jefferson B. Fordham Professor of Law and Deputy Dean for Equity and Inclusion at the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School.
Alexander Sprenger L’22 and Katherine Rohde L’23 named winners of ‘Administrative Law’ essay competition
Sprenger wrote about the redefined scope of the Clean Water Act while Rohde’s essay addresses congressional action concerning suicide risks among LGBTQ+ youth.
From pathbreaking coursework to pro bono advocacy, students at the Law School engage meaningfully in the fight to advance women’s rights, both locally and around the world.
At The Washington Post, Prof. Dorothy Roberts denounces Texas governor’s use of child welfare agencies to investigate parents seeking gender-affirming care for trans children
“Abbott’s deployment of the child welfare system will punish parents for affirming their children’s gender identities, not protect children,” writes Roberts.