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Quattrone Center offering grants to research ways to improve fairness of U.S. justice system

The Quattrone Center is now accepting proposals to fund original research that will generate new knowledge that can improve the U.S. criminal justice system.

Pathways to the Profession: Fatoumata G. Waggeh L’20

In this pathway, Fatoumata G. Waggeh L’20 describes her summer experience learning about litigation at Akerman LLP.

Pathways to the Profession: Grace Greene L’20

In this pathway, Grace Greene L’ 20 discusses her internship at Desmarais LLP, an intellectual property litigation boutique in New York City.

Penn study finds digital currency “Initial Coin Offerings” expose investors to risks

Research team reveals cryptocurrency market is more centralized than previously known.

Pathways to the Profession: Sam Gold L’20

In this pathway, Sam Gold L’ 20 describes his internship at the Appellate Government (Code 46) division of the Navy JAG Corps in Washington, D.C.

Penn Law’s Quattrone Center appoints new advisers to Advisory Board

The Quattrone Center announced the appointments of Kimberly Foxx, State’s Attorney for Cook County, Illinois and Ty Stiklorius C’97 WG’03, co-founder of #FREEAMERICA, to the Center’s Board.

CTIC Summer Public Interest Fellowships awarded to two Penn Law students

Penn Law and the Center for Technology, Innovation & Competition have awarded the CTIC Summer Public Interest Fellowships to Christina Chen L’20 and Vivek Kembaiyan L’20.

Detkin IP and Technology Legal Clinic joins USPTO’s Certification Program

“Starting this September, our students will be able to advocate directly for trademark clients before the USPTO,” said Cynthia Dahl, Director of the Detkin Clinic and a Practice Professor of Law.

Pathways to the Profession: Kristen DeWilde L’20

In this pathway, Kristen DeWilde L’20 describes her internship with Chief Judge Rosenthal of the Southern District of Texas.

Penn Law signs agreement with London School of Economics and Political Science Law Department

Starting this fall, Penn Law students can study abroad at the London School of Economics.