Penn Law faculty provide analysis on the court’s decision that Trump’s travel restriction fell “squarely” within the president’s authority.
Penn Law faculty comment on President Trump’s ban on transgender individuals in the U.S. military
In an opinion piece by Dorothy Roberts and Jeffrey Vagle, the authors argue that President-Elect Trump’s law and order platform is culturally-coded as well as anti-democratic.
Dean Ruger comments on the divided Supreme Court over Obama’s Immigration plan.
Penn Law faculty members comment to the Supreme Court ruling upholding the Affirmative Action program at the University of Texas.
Penn Law faculty members comment on the Supreme Court ruling in the Texas’ abortion law in Whole Women’s Health v. Hellerstedt.
Penn Law faculty members respond to President Barack Obama’s nomination of Merrick Garland to the Supreme Court.
Penn Law faculty members who specialize in constitutional law respond to the Supreme Court decision on marriage equality.
Prof. Kermit Roosevelt analyzes the possible impact of the Supreme Court’s ruling on the same sex marriage.
Penn Law asked several of its faculty members to look ahead and predict some of the key legal issues that will be discussed and debated in the upcoming year.
Penn Law’s Criminal Law Research Group, led by Professor Paul H. Robinson, is working with the U.S. military’s Special Operations Command-Pacific (SOCPAC) to determine how foreign criminal law can be used to interdict foreign terrorist fighters.
Are Christians getting preferential treatment from the Supreme Court? Prof. Kermit Roosevelt discusses in Salon
Hobby Lobby ruling could mean some religious claims get more sympathy than others. “Troubling,” Prof. Roosevelt explains to Salon.