In a new article, Prof. Leo Katz explains why “there is simply no reasonable alternative” to an extremely manipulable legal system.
Prof. Kermit Roosevelt discusses the history and significance of Juneteenth in a new documentary and in an interview at Penn Today.
This year, the Black Law Student Association traveled to Ghana to engage with local lawyers as they worked to build their firm’s pro bono practice.
After spending a semester studying women’s international human rights, Penn Carey Law students visited the UN Headquarters in New York.
Penn Carey Law’s thought leadership in the ESG sphere uniquely prepares our students to enter this rapidly evolving field of business law.
In The Nation that Never Was, Prof. Kermit Roosevelt provides an alternate understanding of American identity.
Prof. Kermit Roosevelt discusses his book, The Nation That Never Was, with Robin Lindley at George Washington University’s History News Network.
At the Los Angeles Times, Prof. Kermit Roosevelt argues that March 2 is the true birthday of Modern America.
The Law School’s statue of President Abraham Lincoln was sculpted by Civil War veteran George Bissell.
This past semester, Quattrone Center Fellow Anjelica Hendricks engaged students in the study of how policing intersects with race, gender, ability, and other intertwined socio-economic identities.
Penn Carey Law’s interdisciplinary faculty cultivates an enriching atmosphere for emerging legal academics.
In addition to founding the Law School, James Wilson was a member of the Continental Congress, signer of the Declaration of Independence, framer of the U.S. Constitution, and one of the original U.S. Supreme Court justices.