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About 20 percent of Penn Carey Law’s LLM class participate in the Optional Practical Training (OPT) program after graduation.
Rangita de Silva de Alwis will also help guide draft language on gender apartheid on General Recommendation 40 of the Committee on the Convention on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) treaty.
Although cities will need $5.4 trillion annually through 2030 to combat climate change, they are currently receiving just 1% of those funds, writes Prof. Bill Burke-White.
“If we take gender justice out of the criminal justice system, we are left with a system that only serves the criminal,” writes Rangita de Silva de Alwis.
Examining the UN Secretary General’s Independent Assessment of Afghanistan Submitted to the Security Council Under Resolution 2679 of 2023
“At the heart of the gender equality project,” writes Senior Adjunct Professor of Global Leadership Rangita de Silva de Alwis, “is the full and equal right to education of women and girls.”
As an extern with the Department of Justice, Olivia Rosenzweig L’23 worked on projects in the Office of Foreign Litigation and the Office of International Judicial Assistance.
Osagie Imasogie LLM’85 has been named to the inaugural President’s Advisory Council on African Diaspora Engagement in the United States.
Splitting his summer across 3 internships, David Alan Johnson L’25 accrued legal experience in both the public and private sectors.
At Freshfields’ New York office, Jalen Starks L’25 worked on international M&A matters.
As a Global Justice Fellow and Mead Fellow, Natalie Malek L’25 worked for the UK-based international human rights organization, Reprieve.
LLM and SJD students come from around the world, enriching our campus and classrooms with their diverse lived experiences.
Criminal fines and fees disproportionately affect poor individuals and people in vulnerable groups, write Prof. Jean Galbraith and students.