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Pathbreaking ‘Race and Regulation’ lecture series begins September 28 

September 28

The series is organized by the Penn Program on Regulation and co-sponsored by the Law School’s Office of Equity & Inclusion as part of the “Achieving Racial Justice” colloquium launched last year.
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Raymond Magsaysay L’22 publishes article for Michigan Journal of Race & Law on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders and mass incarceration 

June 17

Raymond Magsaysay L’22 explores the multifaceted problem of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPIs) being largely left out of recent conversations about overhauling the criminal justice system to address racial injustice.
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The Regulatory Review 

November 3

Leading scholars address the ways in which racism pervades the modern administrative state and the legal profession 
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OverDrive eBook Collection Spotlight: Race in the United States 

June 18

With Biddle Library’s OverDrive collection you can download books to read and listen to on a Kindle, tablet, phone, PC or Mac.

You can also place holds on items that are checked out and be notified when they become available. To borrow items, sign in using the 8-middle digits of your PennCard.

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Continuing Opportunities for Community: A Message from Dean 

June 15

Today, I write to share some concrete updates on the coming weeks even as our institutional efforts on many other fronts continue. There is much more we must do, including at the Law School, and we will report regularly on our progress.
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A message from the Dean 

June 1

Dean Ted Ruger of the University of Pennsylvania Carey School of Law announces effort to help our community grieve together, learn together, and work together to pursue systemic reform.
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Sparer Symposium 2020 

February 7

Philly Rising: Lawyering and Organizing for Racial and Economic Justice
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Sparer Symposium 2019 

February 1

Divesting From State Violence: Decriminalizing the Social Safety Net
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