The First Generation Professionals Fellowship was established through a generous donation from David Silk L’88.
Every year, LLM students put their casebooks aside for a day to enjoy one another’s company and share a traditional American Thanksgiving dinner.
First Generation Professionals Fellow Michelle Rodriguez L’24, MBE’24 dreamed of helping people heal – and now her dream is reality
Rodriguez is also pursuing a dual degree in Bioethics with the goal of making healthcare more equitable and accessible for immigrant and refugee populations.
The course is taught by Abolitionist Law Center leaders, Executive Director Robert Saleem Holbrook and Legal Director Bret Grote.
Quattrone Center report recommends the Madison Police Department work toward building stronger community ties: NBC15
Dolma L’24 is the first Tibetan on record to attend the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School.
Detkin Intellectual Property Clinic supports Penn’s efforts to commercialize vital vaccine technology
As part of the clinic, Alex DeLaney GR’19, L’22 helped support the University’s technology licensing process.
For Ryan Baldwin L’22, WG’22 praises the collegiality at the University, particularly among veterans, as contributing significantly to his positive Law School Experience.
The Law School offers a tight-knit and supportive community for veterans who choose to continue their public service by entering the legal field.
In the voting rights sphere, the Law School offers several public interest law and pro bono opportunities as well as thematic, timely courses and a voting rights fellowship.
In one of our newest courses, students engage in vibrant discussions at the nexus of law, philosophy, rapidly-growing business sectors, and cutting-edge technological innovation.
This year’s Public Interest Week events will explore the complex roles that lawyers play as society’s economic inequities continue to deepen.