Kanyinsola Ajayi L’24 and Ty Parks L’24 have advanced to the finals, which will be held in Houston, Texas from March 8-9, 2024.
At The Hill, Transnational Legal Clinic Director Sarah Paoletti urges representatives to “take a long, hard look at the ways our immigration and deportation systems are failing people who are in harm’s way.”
CTIC Academic Director Justin (Gus) Hurwitz discusses what the Court’s ruling could mean for the future of social media.
Quattrone Center Academic Director Paul Heaton’s new paper explores how he and his co-authors trained a large language model (LLM) to parse eyewitness confidence statements.
Dr. Eve Higginbotham ML’20 writes, “Recognizing the accomplishments of these pioneers affirms their value and reminds us of our own value that our own personal journeys bring to society every day.”
Penn Carey Law’s BLSA hosted the 36th Annual Sadie T.M. Alexander Commemorative Conference, which focused on the past, present, and future of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
“States should prohibit local zoning ordinances that bar affordable, climate-friendly housing,” writes Bryn Hines L’24.
“Medicaid expansion ballot initiatives show state referenda can expand health care access—but they have their limits,” write Prof. Allison K. Hoffman and Katie Cohen L’24, MBE’24.
In an amicus, Prof. Kermit Roosevelt argues that the U.S. Supreme Court should affirm the Colorado Supreme Court’s decision that keeps Trump off the presidential ballot.
Prof. Jennifer E. Rothman will testify on possible federal laws to address AI and how the proposed “No AI FRAUD Act” would make things worse.
Miles Gray L’24 and Ethan Swift L’24 captured this year’s Keedy Cup as well as Best Brief honors.
About 20 percent of Penn Carey Law’s LLM class participate in the Optional Practical Training (OPT) program after graduation.