The Environmental Law Project (ELP) is dedicated to environmental law and policy, fighting climate change, and advancing environmental justice
Catherine Kearney C’12, L’22 has been named a 2022 Law School Partnership Project Fellow with Gideon’s Promise.
Isabella Hernandez L’24, Co-Chair of If/When/How, a student pro bono project dedicated to lawyering for reproductive justice, reacts to the leaked SCOTUS opinion.
Profs. Roosevelt and Wolff as well as student leaders of a pro bono reproductive justice project share their insights.
Annie Blackman L’22, Co-Chair of If/When/How, a student pro bono project dedicated to lawyering for reproductive justice, reacts to the leaked SCOTUS opinion.
Elizabeth Shackney L’24, MUSA’24 co-authors a report on improving equity in the federal oversight of employers who hire migrant workers on H-2A visas.
From pathbreaking coursework to pro bono advocacy, students at the Law School engage meaningfully in the fight to advance women’s rights, both locally and around the world.
University of Pennsylvania Carey Law students have an amalgam of academic and experiential opportunities to prepare them for careers fighting for immigration and refugee justice.
Jesse McGleughlin L’20 is the recipient of Toll Public Interest Fellowship and works at the Southern Center for Human Rights.
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.
This year’s Public Interest Week events will explore the complex roles that lawyers play as society’s economic inequities continue to deepen.
Law School named a finalist for Philadelphia VIP’s Justice William J. Brennan, Jr. Award for Corporations
The award is given annually by Philadelphia VIP, the City’s leading pro bono organization.