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Esteemed Faculty Leadership 

May 11, 2022

Prof. Coglianese is the Chair of a new National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine committee evaluating the statutory missions and authorities of the U.S. Coast Guard.

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Honoring Student Leadership 

May 6, 2022

Interim University President Pritchett gave high praise to The Regulatory Review’s board and staff at the publication’s annual dinner.

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Regulation of Black Families 

April 20, 2022

“The United States should replace its current family surveillance system with one that improves children’s welfare,” writes Prof. Roberts at The Regulatory Review.

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Cryptocurrency and Climate Crisis 

April 11, 2022

Prof. Coglianese moderated a discussion with Duke Law’s Lawrence Baxter on cryptocurrencies and their far-reaching environmental impacts.

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Alexander Sprenger L’22 and Katherine Rohde L’23 named winners of ‘Administrative Law’ essay competition 

March 24, 2022

Sprenger wrote about the redefined scope of the Clean Water Act while Rohde’s essay addresses congressional action concerning suicide risks among LGBTQ+ youth.

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Daniella Cass C’19, L’22 to clerk for Justice Samuel A. Alito during the 2024-2025 term 

March 14, 2022

Following clerkship positions in the Eleventh and Third Circuits, Cass will clerk for the Supreme Court Justice during the 2024-2025 term.

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Voting rights advocacy at the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School 

November 2, 2021

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.

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As climate leaders gather in Glasgow, Prof. Cary Coglianese’s scholarship illuminates the challenges facing the Paris Agreement 

October 29, 2021

The Agreement’s structural limitations and increasing populism could inhibit the successful implementation of international climate mitigation strategies, observes Prof. Coglianese.

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“Race, Power, and American Democracy: Rethinking Voting Rights Law and Policy for a Divided Nation” 

October 27, 2021

The lecture by Professor Guy-Uriel Charles of Harvard Law is part of Public Interest Week, the Race and Regulation Lecture Series, and the “Advancing Racial Justice” colloquium.

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The Regulatory Review commemorates 25 years of HIPAA 

August 17, 2021

The Regulatory Review is publishing a series of six essays analyzing HIPAA, including the lead essay written by Henry R. Silverman Professor of Law and Professor of Philosophy Anita L. Allen.

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