In celebration of Constitution Day, we are highlighting Penn Carey Law’s recent insights, analysis, and observations on today’s most pressing constitutional issues.
A federal appellate court recently cited Visiting Assistant Practice Prof. Liz Bradley’s research on demeanor evidence in asylum cases.
At the University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law, Benjamin A. Barsky L’19, MBE’19 writes about how cities and states have incorporated international disability rights principles in their laws and policies.
This summer, Global Legal Practice Fellow Jake Drucker L’24 interned at Hochleitner Rechtsanwälte GmbH in Linz, Austria.
At The Hill, Prof. Christopher S. Yoo urges Congress to not allow “the heat of the ‘techlash’ moment” to guide antitrust reform decisions.
This summer, Paul-Angelo dell’Isola L’24 interned with Bredin Prat in Paris, France, gaining valuable experience in international arbitration.
Emeritus Professor Michael L. Wachter was a renowned business law scholar and visionary builder of the Institute for Law & Economics.
The JD Class of 2025 embodies Penn Carey Law’s strong commitments to cross-disciplinary learning, advocacy, service, and academic excellence.
This New York Magazine feature on Prof. Dorothy Roberts asks why more people didn’t listen when she wrote about the criminalization of pregnancy 25 years ago.
Prof. Paul Heaton discussed the Quattrone Center’s study on bail reform in Harris County, Texas with the Texas Standard.
Piper-Simone Casey L’24 and Michelle Rodriguez L’24, MBE’24 spent their summers as Ropes & Gray 1L Diversity Fellows.
At The Guardian, Prof. Dorothy Roberts explains why the reproductive justice movement must be more collective and go beyond abortion rights.