Prof. David Hoffman Finds That Philadelphia Tenants Face Increasingly Hostile Legal Terrain
Prof. Hoffman’s research offers an unprecedented glimpse into the Philadelphia rental housing market based on nearly 170,000 residential leases.
Georgetown Names Rangita de Silva de Alwis As Clinton Fellow
Professor de Silva de Alwis be affiliated with the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security (GIWPS) as a Hillary Rodham Clinton Fellow on Gender Equity 2021-2022.
The Future Of The Profession Initiative Expands Access To Justice
Jennifer Leonard L’04, Chief Innovation Officer and Executive Director the Future of the Profession Initiative (FPI) at the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School, calls FPI the Law School’s “recognition that the legal profession — like many professions — is undergoing a period of enormous change and that a leading law school has an opportunity […]
Prof. Tani L’07 Leads Law School’s Legal History Consortium
The Consortium exemplifies the Law School’s commitment to an interdisciplinary approach to legal education.
Genevieve Tung Paves Path For The Future of Legal Research Education
Tung and the Biddle Library staff are working to position the Law School’s legal research curriculum and the general role of the library for the future.
Second-Year Law Students Publish ‘Black Women Future Leaders’ Report
The report was developed as part of Rangita de Silva de Alwis’s “Women, Law, and Leadership” course at the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School.
Prof. Skeel Featured In Recent Yale Law Journal Article
Prof. Skeel analyzes two strategies that are intended to distort – and do distort – the voting process in corporate bankruptcy.
Prof. Pollman Appointed As European Corporate Governance Institute Research Member
Pollman will be part of the ECGI Working Paper Series (Law and Finance), internationally known for its reliable, informed, and interdisciplinary contributions to a wide range of global issues.
Virtual LLM Recruiting Brings Law School To New Applicant Pools
Conducting all recruiting virtually meant that the Law School has been able to find new applicant pools in Latin America and Africa.