Interning with the Legal Aid Society’s immigration law unit gave Camilla Samuelsson L’25 hands-on experience representing clients in deportation proceedings.
This year, 18 Penn Carey Law alumni launch dynamic public interest careers through post-graduate fellowships.
Through the Cozen Family Voting Rights Fellowship, Penn Carey Law graduates will spend two years advocating for and protecting the democratic process.
United by an ethos of service, Penn Carey Law’s public interest community cuts across sectors and legal specialties to effect positive change.
Akbar Hossain L’18, LPS’18 Is the Executive Director of Governor-Elect Josh Shapiro’s Transition Team
Three LLM graduates are among those in the Class of 2022 who have secured public interest fellowships.
Equal Justice Works Fellow Marissa Schwartz L’22 will advocate for survivors of domestic violence in Philadelphia.
Equal Justice Works Fellow Corina Scott L’22 will advocate for the rights of incarcerated domestic violence survivors eligible for re-sentencing or a new trial in New York.
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.
The new, formalized, cross-disciplinary program will enable students to study LGBTQ+ issues from multiple perspectives.
Law School faculty regularly coordinate Continuing Judicial Education programming to help Pennsylvania judges stay abreast of cutting-edge legal issues.