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Three interdisciplinary legal academics reflect on the role Penn Carey Law has played in their professional journeys.
“The Federal Trade Commission should develop a nuanced approach to employee noncompete agreements,” writes Prof. Herb Hovenkamp.
Presidential Prof. Shaun Ossei-Owusu LPS’08 explores the civil rights’ implications of pervasive race, gender, and sex discrimination in bars, nightclubs, and restaurants.
Quattrone Center Research Fellow Johanna Hellgren has co-authored a paper that examines how defense attorneys make plea recommendations.
Penn Carey Law’s interdisciplinary faculty cultivates an enriching atmosphere for emerging legal academics.
In a new report, students study the intersection between arts, culture, and gender-based stereotypes to better understand trends in law and policy worldwide.
“[I]t is an ideal time to begin to invest in policies that can foster a more secure, less complicated, and more equitable post-pandemic horizon of health insurance,” writes Prof. Allison K. Hoffman.
Prof. Tobias Wolff writes that the First Amendment “affords no sanctuary for discriminatory conduct in the public marketplace.”
Assistant Prof. Yanbai Andrea Wang analyzes the U.S. governmental response to the COVID-19 pandemic in a recently published article.
Prof. Shelley Welton has co-authored a new casebook that encourages using the tools of NPU law to help address some of the most pressing problems of our time.