Alumni from around the world gathered to attend the Law School’s first in-person Reunion Weekend since 2019.
De Guzman is eager to use his education to enter interdisciplinary legal spaces.
Early support for the First Generation Professionals Scholarship initiative includes two endowment contributions from Frank Ghali L’00 and Rory Babich L’89.
Trained actors assist law students to practice their legal representation skills before jumping into real-world work.
First Generation Professionals Fellow Keith Matier L’24 strives for personal success through ‘deliberate practice’
Matier knows that success is the product of a steady work ethic, clear concentration, and self-driven motivation.
Sandman’s illustrious legal career has been defined by leadership positions across a myriad of sectors.
Pavlus worked as a legal intern at the United Nations Development Program before enrolling at the Law School.
First Generation Professionals Fellow Rae Schlueter L’24 is ready to let her legal career path unfold
Schlueter grew up on a small, family-run dairy farm in northeastern Iowa and is considering a career in international arbitration and dispute settlement.
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, GR’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.
Dolma L’24 is the first Tibetan on record to attend the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School.