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Penn Law students travel to Washington to explore how they can apply legal training to public service on a global stage

Salzburg Cutler Fellows tackle issues ranging from financial law to international courts.

EJF Auction raises $85,000 for grants to students pursuing public interest work

The Equal Justice Foundation Auction is a part of Penn Law’s Public Interest Week.

Penn Law receives $3 million gift to expand public interest programs

Robert Toll L’66 and Jane Toll GSE’66 donate to expand Penn Law’s public interest program and further increase access for students to pursue impactful public service careers.

Penn Law’s Youth Advocacy Project supports minors involved in the criminal justice system

Penn Law’s Youth Advocacy Project supports minors prosecuted as adults.

Cartagena to discusses criminal justice reform at Public Interest Week

Juan Cartagena is the President and General Counsel of LatinoJustice PRLDEF.

Student pro bono group files comment on EPA’s proposed repeal of Clean Power Plan

Penn Law students from the Environmental Law Project argue that the proposed repeal is not supported by scientific evidence.

Alumnus wins fellowship to continue work on tenant rights

George Donnelly L’15 has been awarded a Public Interest Law Fellowship from the Independence Foundation to continue his work protecting the housing rights of low-income Pennsylvanians.

Penn Law students receive Skadden Fellowships

Albert Pak L’18 and Jayme Wiebold L’18 will pursue public interest careers as Skadden Fellows.

Penn Law recognized by Financial Times for collaboration

Penn Law, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), and multinational insurer Chubb have received the Financial Times’ 2017 “Highly Commended” award for innovative collaboration.

TPIC’s Emily Sutcliffe trains human rights attorneys and activists in Malaysia

Emily Sutcliffe trained human rights attorneys and activists in Malaysia as part of the ABA’s Rule of Law Initiative.