A collection of resources and events that honor Dr. King, celebrate the advances in our nation’s civil rights, and examine the work still to be done.
The Law School remembers and honors the legacy of Lani Guinier, who taught here from 1988 and 1998 and passed away on Friday, January 7, 2022.
Early support for the First Generation Professionals Scholarship initiative includes two endowment contributions from Frank Ghali L’00 and Rory Babich L’89.
The awards recognize alumni who have demonstrated a passionate commitment to public service throughout their career.
Quattrone Center Assistant Director Ross Miller warns of the dangerous invisibility of prosecutorial misconduct
The Quattrone Center’s “Hidden Hazards” is a review of Pennsylvania prosecutorial misconduct claims that reveals a lack of transparency and accountability throughout the criminal justice system.
Jesse McGleughlin L’20 is the recipient of Toll Public Interest Fellowship and works at the Southern Center for Human Rights.
Romm is a Catalyst Fellow at Reprieve U.S.
First Generation Professionals Fellow Keith Matier L’24 strives for personal success through ‘deliberate practice’
Matier knows that success is the product of a steady work ethic, clear concentration, and self-driven motivation.
Jones is a Catalyst Fellow at the Environmental Defense Center.
‘Women, Law, and Leadership’ students advocate for change during ’16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence’
Student leaders from across the globe joined delivered remarks on the vital status of women’s rights activism today.
Kyle was a Catalyst Fellow with the Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network (RMIAN) and has transitioned to a position as Staff Attorney.
Race and Regulation Lecture Series: “How Race and Social Inequalities Influence Healthy People’s Paid Participation in FDA-Required Clinical Trials”
Dr. Jill A. Fisher of the Center for Bioethics at UNC-Chapel Hill will speak on how social inequalities are exacerbated during the U.S. drug approval process.