Three LLM graduates are among those in the Class of 2022 who have secured public interest fellowships.
The Environmental Law Project (ELP) is dedicated to environmental law and policy, fighting climate change, and advancing environmental justice
Jessica Feierman L’00, Deuel Ross L’09, and Kristen Dama L’07 were recently honored at the Toll Public Interest Center’s Alumni Impact Awards dinner.
Law School faculty regularly coordinate Continuing Judicial Education programming to help Pennsylvania judges stay abreast of cutting-edge legal issues.
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.
Following clerkship positions in the Eleventh and Third Circuits, Cass will clerk for the Supreme Court Justice during the 2024-2025 term.
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.
The awards recognize alumni who have demonstrated a passionate commitment to public service throughout their career.
Pavlus worked as a legal intern at the United Nations Development Program before enrolling at the Law School.
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.