Equal Justice Works Fellow Marissa Schwartz L’22 will advocate for survivors of domestic violence in Philadelphia.
During the 2021-2022 academic year, student and alumni applicants obtained 102 total clerkships – the highest number of clerkships ever attained in Law School history.
The American Constitution Society selected Sabrina Minhas L’22 and Jess Zalph L’23 to participate in their prestigious leadership program.
Dana Dyer L’22 has authored a trailblazing report shining a light on how AI contributes to racial bias in hiring processes for Black educators.
Annie Blackman L’22, Co-Chair of If/When/How, a student pro bono project dedicated to lawyering for reproductive justice, reacts to the leaked SCOTUS opinion.
Law School faculty regularly coordinate Continuing Judicial Education programming to help Pennsylvania judges stay abreast of cutting-edge legal issues.
Cara McClellan GEd’12 will lead the Law School’s newest clinic, focusing on civil rights and racial justice equity.
Justice Goodwin Liu of the California Supreme Court spoke about implicit and structural bias during the Provost’s Lecture on Diversity and the Owen J. Roberts Lecture in Constitutional Law.
Penn Carey Law reacts to Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s confirmation to the Supreme Court of the United States as the country’s first Black woman justice.
Valerie Baron L’12, LPS’13 works alongside communities most affected by the agriculture industry, helping to protect and preserve their rights.
In upcoming Race and Regulation Series lecture, Stanford Law’s Daniel E. Ho will explore administrative law’s racial blind spot
Ho recently co-wrote an article published in the Yale Law Journal on “how administrative law erased antidiscrimination.”
Benjamin Nadolsky L’24, WG’24 appointed to President Biden’s Architectural and Transportation Barriers Compliance Board
On the Access Board, Nadolsky is eager to contribute to conversations about disability accessibility to technology.