New research on the Economics of Digital Services released by CTIC and The Warren Center for Network & Data Sciences
The research delves into the role data play in digital platforms’ business strategies and their antitrust implications.
Using Philadelphia as a microcosm, “Criminal Justice Reform and the Progressive Prosecution Movement” will analyze the emerging trend of progressive prosecutors’ offices and discuss how their strategies fit into a larger movement for criminal justice reform.
Olivia Bethea L’21 argues for intellectual property reparations for African American inventors in forthcoming essay
Bethea’s “The Unmaking of ‘Black Bill Gates’: How the U.S. Patent System Failed African American Inventors” will be published in the University of Pennsylvania Law Review Online.
Prof. Robinson and Lindsay Holcomb L’21 explore the importance of maintaining criminal law’s moral credibility
“[A] criminal justice system that regularly deviates from empirical desert loses moral credibility and thereby loses crime-control effectiveness,” write Robinson and Holcomb.
Meghan Downey L’21 argues for a totality of the circumstances approach for habeas petitions in forthcoming article
Downey’s article was developed during a federal habeas corpus course at the Law School and will appear in the Berkeley Journal of Criminal Law.
Law School faculty share their insights into how 9/11 has impacted the law, particularly in their areas of expertise:
Lisa Fairfax, Jasmine Harris, Sandra Mayson, and Jennifer Rothman join the standing faculty, and three practitioners, including two Law School alums, join the Legal Practice Skills faculty.
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.
Greene is currently clerking for Senior Fellow, the Honorable Stephanos Bibas of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.
Quattrone Center for the Fair Administration of Justice Facilitates City of Seattle Office of Inspector General Sentinel Event Review of Seattle Police Department’s Response to Last Summer’s Protests
‘The Dean of American Antitrust Law’ honors Prof. Hovenkamp’s contributions to contemporary U.S. antitrust doctrine
The tribute book celebrates Prof. Hovenkamp’s life and work through contributions by peers, colleagues, and former students.
Fernando Chang-Muy, Adjunct Professor of Law at the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School, comments on SCOTUS the decision in Johnson v. Guzman Chavez. Supreme Court held that 6-3 that deported immigrants who re-enter the U.S. illegally and claim they fear torture at home must remain in custody while their cases are processed.