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A Disgusting Supermarket of Death by Jim Harberson L’00 

March 22, 2022

One reviewer wrote that the book will “resonate like a branding iron for the imagination of new readers.”

Alumni, alumnibooks 

The Power of Scenery: Frederick Law Olmsted and the Origin of National Parks by Dennis Drabelle G’66, L’69 

March 22, 2022

The book was published in advance of the 150th anniversary of Yellowstone, the world’s first national park, on March 1, 2022.

Alumni, alumnibooks 

Reversed in Part by Adam Pascarella L’14 

March 22, 2022

Reversed in Part shares the stories of 15 law school graduates who have achieved substantial career success outside of legal practice.

Alumni, alumnibooks 

James Rickards L’77 warns pandemic restrictions will affect economy for generations 

March 21, 2022

“You can’t lock down half of the economy and not have severe economic repercussions,” Rickards said.

Alumni, alumnibooks 

Memoir by Richard Bank L’72 paints a baby boomer childhood with a Holocaust backdrop 

March 21, 2022

Bank’s childhood through law school is the basis of his recently published memoir, The Tree of Sorrow, the last of his Holocaust trilogy.

Alumni, alumnibooks 

Franklin Kury L’61, author of Environmental Rights Amendment in PA, releases book with plea for action on climate change 

March 21, 2022

The Constitutional Question to Save the Planet: The Peoples’ Right to a Healthy Environment was published in April 2021 by the Environmental Law Institute.

Alumni, alumnibooks, Environment 

Italian Ambassador Andrea Canepari LLM’99 documents indelible Italian impact on Philadelphia 

March 21, 2022

The Italian Legacy in Philadelphia: History, Culture, People, and Ideas explores Philadelphia’s centuries-long connection to Italian culture.

Alumni, alumnibooks 

Leeza Garber L’11 publishes book on cybersecurity hiring best practices 

January 20, 2022

Garber’s book is co-authored by Scott Olson, former FBI agent, and includes interviews with Fortune 500 CSOs and CISOs and high-ranking government officials, among others.

Alumni, alumnibooks, article archive, Featured, Law and Technology 

Joe Jablonski C’81, L’87 publishes debut novel, A Thing With Feathers, as J. John Nordstrom 

October 14, 2021

A Thing With Feathers is a work of original literary fiction that explores the nature of the highest love humans are capable of attaining: “soulmate love.”

Alumni, alumnibooks, article archive, Cross-Disciplinary, Faculty, Featured, Law Review, Law School 

Bestselling alum authors share how the Law School shaped their fiction-writing careers 

September 8, 2021

Lisa Scottoline C’77, L’81, Kimberly McCreight L’98, and Pam Jenoff L’01 discuss how their Penn Law education helped them build incredibly successful writing careers.

Alumni, alumnibooks, article archive, Careers, Cross Disciplinary, Featured, Staff 

Lynnewood Shafer L’21 will mark author debut with ‘Black Excellence: Journeys of Success’ 

May 3, 2021

Black Excellence: Journeys of Success by Lynnewood Shafer L’21 will be published by New Degree Press in August 2021.

Alumni, alumnibooks, article archive, Students