University of Pennsylvania Law Review Public Interest Fellow Shikha Bhattacharjee L’13 spent almost a year doing research on “manual scavenging” in India. The report she wrote based on her interviews, “Cleaning Human Waste: ‘Manual Scavenging,’ Caste, and Discrimination in India” was recently released by Human Rights Watch.
Jesse Krohn L’11, a staff attorney at Philadelphia Legal Assistance, discusses her work in the family law unit providing direct representation to indigent teen parents on matters of child support and custody, protection from abuse, and access to public benefits.
Emily Turner L’09 provides in-depth, data-driven technical assistance to counties and local jurisdictions seeking to improve outcomes for people with mental health needs involved in the criminal justice system.
Jesse Krohn L’11 discusses her work in family law in Philadelphia. She also opens up about her experience looking at Penn Law’s Custody and Support Assistance Clinic (CASAC) through a new lens as a practitioner.
Abel Rodriguez discuses how his clinical legal studies were particularly impactful and ultimately led him to his current work advising and representing people with convictions in their immigration cases.