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Advocating for women’s rights at the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School 

March 8, 2022

From pathbreaking coursework to pro bono advocacy, students at the Law School engage meaningfully in the fight to advance women’s rights, both locally and around the world.

Cross-Disciplinary 

Simone Hunter-Hobson L’23 calls on the legal community to prioritize Black women’s health in new report 

January 26, 2022

The work is part of a longer report entitled “A Place at the Table,” written by students in Professor Rangita de Silva de Alwis’s “Women, Law, and Leadership” class.

Research and Scholarship 

Deborah Raji Profile 

January 18, 2022

 

A Place at the Table: Of Inclusive Leadership and Allyship 

December 14, 2021

This Report is submitted to the ABA Commission on Women in the Profession by the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School’s Fall 2021 Women, Law, and Leadership Class

 

Defying Digital Demons 

December 11, 2021

Working together with the World Bank, Pen America and the World Wide Web Foundation, Penn Law students in the policy lab on online gender-based harassment produce report on “Defying Digital Demons” showcasing the harassment against women in politics and media.

 

‘Women, Law, and Leadership’ students advocate for change during ’16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence’ 

December 10, 2021

Student leaders from across the globe joined delivered remarks on the vital status of women’s rights activism today.

Research and Scholarship 

Cherie Blair gives voices to students in the ‘Women, Law, and Leadership’ seminar 

November 29, 2021

Blair discussed Cherie Blair Foundation for Women, which works with “challenging stereotypes holding women entrepreneurs back from success and equality.”

 

Second-year law students publish ‘Black Women Future Leaders’ report, developed as part of Rangita de Silva de Alwis’s ‘Women, Law, and Leadership’ course 

January 27, 2021

Dana Dyer L’22 and Magali Duque L’22 have published “Black Women Future Leaders,” a report developed as part of Rangita de Silva de Alwis’s “Women, Law, and Leadership” course at the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School.