The law uses the term “gang” too loosely. “Out in the Night” explores what happened when the term was applied to four young-adult black working-class lesbians from Newark.
University of Pennsylvania Carey Law students represent the United States as virtual delegates in conference on same sex marriage laws around the world
In Spring of 2021, the annual Waseda Transnational Program migrated to the internet. During the week-long program, students and scholars engaged in comparative analysis and discussion of the legal landscape of LGBTQ issues across the globe.
Prof. Coglianese explains how the Supreme Court’s Fulton decision could undercut state and federal authority
Prof. Coglianese expounds upon his analysis of the decision in “A Trojan Horse from the Court’s Conservatives?” in The Regulatory Review.
To celebrate LGBTQ+ Pride Month, we are featuring books and eBooks in our collection on the legal battles for marriage equality.
Loran Grishow-Schade MSW’20 ML’21 MSSP’21 selected to receive Dr. Andy Binns Impact Award for Outstanding Service to Graduate and Professional Student Life
The selection committee wrote that they wanted to recognize Grishow-Schade for their “critical engagement, leadership, and impact on initiatives related to gender identity across the University.”