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Leadership in Banking Regulation 

The Penn Program on Regulation convened scholars and senior leadership from the U.S. Office of the Comptroller of the Currency to explore cutting-edge financial regulatory issues.

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Staunch Commitment to Service 

Penn Carey Law recognizes and applauds the Class of 2023’s pro bono efforts.

Ending Mass Incarceration 

At Slate, Seema Saifee, Quattrone Center Research Fellow, explores how incarcerated individuals have contributed to the conversation on reducing incarceration and crime.

Leading the Process for Systemic Policing Change 

The Quattrone Center has released of the final set of recommendations from a Sentinel Event Review (SER) of incidents during protests following the murder of George Floyd.

2023 Alumni Impact Award Winner 

The Honorable Benjamin Lerner L’65 is the recipient of the Toll Public Interest Center’s 2023 Alumni Impact Award. 

What’s Next for Crypto? 

CTIC Academic Fellow Giovanna Massarotto outlines the possible routes of cryptocurrency’s future.

When Innocence Is Not Enough 

Tom Dybdahl L’98 and Christina Swarns L’93 recently discussed prosecutorial misconduct, the Brady rule of evidence disclosure, and Dybdahl’s new book.

NCAA Rules and Foreign Athletes 

At The Regulatory Review, William McDonald L’24 explores the perspective that foreign student-athletes must currently choose between earning money and keeping their immigration status.

What Does ChatGPT Mean For Us? 

The Future of the Profession Initiative recently hosted a conversation with leading experts to separate the hype from reality of ChatGPT.

‘Where Is the Outrage?’ 

The Future of the Profession Initiative’s Jim Sandman L’76 recently discussed strategies to close the civil justice gap.

New ILE Executive Director 

Norman M. Powell of Young Conway succeeds Larry Hamermesh as Executive Director of the Institute for Law & Economics.

AI Art Is in Legal Greyscale 

“The legal ambiguity of art created by artificial intelligence adds confusion to controversy,” writes Elizabeth Penava L’23 at The Regulatory Review.

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June 12, 2024

The Law and Finance of Private Equity & Venture Capital

Private event by invitation only.

June 13, 2024

LLM Class of 2024 study break

LLM Class of 2024: take a take a break from studying for the bar and join your classmates in the courtyard for an ice pop!

June 17, 2024

International Association on Regulation & Governance: Regulatory Governance in a Changing World

The Penn Program on Regulation is pleased to host the inaugural conference of a new International Association on Regulation & Governance. This two-day conference, focusing on the theme of “Regulatory Governance in a Changing World,” will be held on the University of Pennsylvania campus on June 17-18, 2024. In-person attendance at this multi-day program has been approved for a total of 11.5 Substantive CLE credits for Pennsylvania lawyers. CLE credit may be available in other jurisdictions as well. Attendees seeking CLE credit can make a payment via cash or check made payable to “The Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania” on the day of the event in the amount of $460.00 ($230.00 public interest/non-profit attorneys) or $40.00/per credit hour ($20.00/ per credit hour for public interest/non-profit attorneys) if not attending the entire conference. In order to receive the appropriate amount of credit, evaluation forms must be completed. Penn Carey Law Alumni receive CLE credits free through The W.P. Carey Foundation’s generous commitment to Lifelong Learning. For questions about CLE please contact cle@law.upenn.edu. Please note that additional fees for CLE credits are collected separately from the conference fee.