March 27, 2017
Since January 2017, a group of Penn Law students have been blogging about their experiences in #PennLawLife. Browse their blogs below to learn more about the 1L experience, pro bono work, classes, and student life at Penn Law.
|Forget about cold calls and the curve
Rachel Chiger L’19 shares her first interactions with Penn Law’s supportive community.
|What does “collegial” even mean, anyway?
Alexandra Munson L’19 explains what Penn Law’s favorite buzzword means in action.
|Humans of Penn Law
Danielle Sekerak L’18 shares the stories of some of the incredible “Humans of Penn Law.”
|Exploring Cuba through Penn Law
Seferina Berch L’17 describes her experience in Penn Law’s Global Research Seminar studying human rights in Cuba.
|Penn Law’s supportive and inclusive LGBT environment
Andrew Wilson L’19 provides a primer on all that Penn Law and Philadelphia offer for members of the LGBT community and allies alike.
|Transitioning to Penn Law
Samantha Stowers L’19 gathers perspectives from current 1Ls about how they transitioned to Penn Law after making the decision to attend.
|10 Ways You Know You’re a Penn Law Student (Or Should Be!)
Hannah Glass L’17 shares her field guide for spotting a Penn Law student.
|The Definitive(ish) Guide to Philly Bars
Alex Aiken L’17 shares his favorite nightlife in Philadelphia.
|Penn Law Looking Back: Opportunities Abound
Stephen C. DeSalvo L’17 talks about the opportunities unique to Penn Law that helped him choose which law school to attend.
|The student organization experience
Nicole Pennycooke L’18 shares thoughts from Penn Law students about activities and organizations on campus.
|Departing Penn Law: Reflections from the Class of 2017
Brianna Bloodgood JD/MBE’17 shares thoughts from the 3L class on what you can take away from Penn Law and the remarkable education and experience it promises.