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Prof. Dorothy E. Roberts recently spoke with Apple News in Conversation about why the child welfare system should be abolished.
In The Regulatory Review, Prof. Allison Hoffman, analyzes the major health-related decisions of the Supreme Court’s last term.
“[T[here is no escaping the conclusion that the opinion is dangerous on two fronts: for the climate and for administrative capacity more broadly,” writes Prof. Shelley Welton of the Court’s decision in West Virginia v. EPA.
“The decision of the Supreme Court of the United States in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health overruling Roe v. Wade is a tectonic shift in the constitutional landscape,” writes Prof. Tobias Wolff.
Prof. Jill E. Fisch recently submitted a Comment Letter to the SEC regarding its authority to pursue climate-related disclosures.
Prof. Cary Coglianese discusses how states are responding to the Supreme Court’s decision that limits the EPA’s role in combatting climate change.
Prof. Shelley Welton calls the decision “bad for climate change and bad for people in the administration who are working creatively on solutions to the big, important problems that are facing the nation.”
Penn Carey Law faculty respond to the Court’s recent decision that limits the EPA’s role in combatting climate change.
The Honorable Leo E. Strine Jr. L’88 has submitted a letter to the SEC arguing that the agency should require climate-related disclosures to investors.
The Penn Program on Regulation’s “Race and Regulation Podcast Series” will focus on ensuring equal justice, dignity, and respect to all people.
Prof. Eric Feldman says SCOTUS decision denies ‘OSHA the opportunity to protect millions of workers from the possibility of COVID-19-related hospitalization and death’
Feldman is an expert in comparative public health law, particularly in the context of regulations surrounding COVID-19 and other urgent policy issues.