Year of programming at Penn Law looks at women & the legal profession

Center on Professionalism is offering a slate of programming on “Women and the Profession.”

Supreme Court Clinic students advocate for auto service employees

Penn Law adjunct professor James A. Feldman argued Encino Motorcars, LLC v. Navarro in front of the Supreme Court of the United States.

Sarah Hughes L’18, Olympic Gold Medalist, to attend Olympic Opening Ceremony in PyeongChang

Sarah Hughes L’18 to attend the Opening Ceremony of this year’s Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea.

Jack Heyburn L’18 and Teresa Akkara L’18 win 2018 Keedy Cup

Jack Heyburn L’18 and Teresa Akkara L’18 won this year’s Edwin R. Keedy Cup, Penn Law’s internal moot court competition. Paul Quincy L’18 was named Best Oralist.

Student group supports veterans and breaks down civilian-military divide

The Penn Law Veterans promote the unique perspective of law students who have served in the military.

Outstanding alumni recognized with 2017 Annual Alumni Awards

On October 26, the Law School honored seven University of Pennsylvania Law School graduates for their exemplary work.

Visiting Policy Fellows to share experience in government with students

Through Penn Law’s Leo Model Foundation Government Service & Public Affairs Initiative, students will have the opportunity to meet with two of the program’s Visiting Policy Fellows.

Helen Eisner L’12 discusses her path from the Law School to government ethics investigator

Helen Eisner L’12 explains the investigative work done by the Office of Congressional Ethics.

Center on Professionalism readies students for their legal careers

Jennifer Leonard L’04, Director of the Center on Professionalism, discusses the center’s mission and programming.

Learning from every client: Penn Law’s Transnational Legal Clinic

In this video feature clinic director Sarah Paoletti and alumni discuss the clinics work for clients seeking asylum and other forms of immigration relief.