Prof. Kermit Roosevelt’s New Book, “Reconstructing America’s Story” Questions the Prevailing Narrative of America: Pennsylvania Gazette
At ProMarket, Prof. Hovenkamp writes about a recently unearthed memo from George Stigler and Richard Posner to the Reagan administration.
Prof. Karen M. Tani and Columbia Law School Prof. Ashraf Ahmed respond to Yale Law School Prof. Christina M. Rodriguez’s recent scholarship on the current Supreme Court: Harvard Law Review
Prof. Sarah Barringer Gordon awarded the prestigious Craig Joyce Medal by the American Society for Legal History: Legal History Blog
The medal is awarded on an occasional basis to acknowledge and honor extraordinary and sustained volunteer service to the Society.
Mary Frances Berry, winner of the 2021 Lewis Award for History and Social Justice - American Historical Association
Professor Berry is recognized as a historian for leadership and sustained engagement at the intersection of historical work, public culture, and social justice.
Law School Dean Theodore Ruger, GSE Dean Pam Grossman, and Harvard’s Jill Lepore discuss Constitutional education during an “era of Constitutional crisis:” Penn Today
In addition to founding the Law School, 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.
Penn Law’s Serena Mayeri on what the law means and what’s next for Texas and the nation.
Public accommodations are private and public facilities that are held out to and used by the public.
Now more than ever, legal education must come to grips with its role in shaping the minds of those who might help to dismantle — or strengthen — carceral institutions and practices.