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.
The new, formalized, cross-disciplinary program will enable students to study LGBTQ+ issues from multiple perspectives.
The American Economic Association has named Dr. Sadie Tanner Mossell Alexander Ed’1918, G’1921, L’1927, Hon’1974 a 2022 Distinguished Fellow.
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.
As numerous proposed laws and policies threaten transgender rights around the country, it is especially important to provide affirmation, education, and advocacy.
Prof. Dorothy Roberts traces the history of race and the regulation of Black women’s bodies in chapter for The 1619 Project
Roberts is an acclaimed scholar of race, gender, and the law, and is the founding director of the Penn Program on Race, Science & Society in the Center for Africana Studies.
Hermes Hein Aedo LLM’22 and María Alejandra Maldonado Ibaceta LLM’22 aim to apply international perspectives to criminal law reforms in Chile
Hermes and Alejandra intend to bring what they learn at the Law School back to their home country.
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.
Three University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School students receive scholarships honoring the life and legacy of Dr. Alexander, the first Black woman to earn her degree from the Law School.
Presidential Prof. Lisa Fairfax to introduce Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson at SCOTUS confirmation hearings
Fairfax and Brown Jackson have been friends since rooming together at Harvard, both undergrad and in law school.
Art and architecture at the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School: Raymond Pace Alexander W’1920
Alexander founded the first Black law firm in Philadelphia and was a prominent civil rights leader.