In a new article, Prof. Leo Katz explains why “there is simply no reasonable alternative” to an extremely manipulable legal system.
In the NALP Bulletin, Jamie Reisman of our Office of Career Strategy answers common questions of first-year law students aiming to work in the public sector.
A new report jointly released by Penn Carey Law and Temple Law finds that the ChildLine Registry disproportionately harms Black Pennsylvanians.
Laura Dolbow, Sharswood Fellow, argues that Merck misconstrues patent law in its recent Takings Clause challenge to Medicare’s price negotiation program.
“It’s no coincidence that the cities we most associate with violence also have long and documented histories of police abuse,” writes Quattrone Center Journalism Fellow Radley Balko.
Profs. Jasmine Harris and Karen Tani L’07, PhD’11 have published a pathbreaking paper that highlights the disability through-line in the Supreme Court’s recent cases.
In this Q&A, Prof. Bill Burke-White discussed the findings of a White & Case report on the future of globalization, for which he served as senior editor and advisor.
At Aeon, Prof. Tess Wilkinson-Ryan L’05, G’06, PhD’08 writes that the fear of being duped can become “a true phobia.”
At The Regulatory Review, Cara McClellan GEd’12 explains what’s left and what’s next for racial diversity in college admissions after the Supreme Court’s recent affirmative action decision.
Evelyn Tsisin L’24, G’24 makes the case for federal interventions to regulate an industry fraught with abuse of adolescents and youth.
Prof. Serena Mayeri discusses a new book about Judge Calabresi at the Legal History Blog, co-managed by Prof. Karen M. Tani L’07, PhD’11.
At The Regulatory Review, Prof. Michael S. Knoll shares his insights on a recent Supreme Court decision that is “about much more than porkchops.”