The Laws of Entertainment
A trio of alumni colleagues have the world of entertainment law covered.
For Efrén Olivares, whose childhood was split between Texas and Mexico, the push to reform US immigration policies and practices is both a marathon and a sprint. He shares his story of legal battles and personal struggles in an emotional new memoir, My Boy Will Die of Sorrow.
The Law, The Gospel, and David Skeel
How Penn’s foremost expert on bankruptcy law became one of the most surprising voices in contemporary evangelical Christianity.
Who is America?
GOP nativists have taken aim at a fundamental principle defining the American republic: birthright citizenship. Their legal rationale has an unlikely source: a liberal professor who totally opposes their aims. And that’s just where things start to get interesting with Constitutional law scholar Rogers Smith.
David Ebert C’82, Joel Litvin W’81 Are a Voice for the Voiceless
When David Ebert C’82 and Joel Litvin W’81 discovered a shared passion for animal protection and the law, they joined forces to found the Animal Defense Partnership.
Legal Aid for Climatologists
Lauren Kurtz L’10 G’12 defends climate science and climate scientists.
Law professor and alumna Regina Austin loves star-attorney Perry Mason, but the students in her year-long Visual Legal Advocacy seminar are learning to make their cases from behind the camera.
Having It All and Keeping It Too
Lisa Green C’82’s legal guide for women, On Your Case.
After overcoming her own infertility, Melissa Brisman has helped hundreds of couples become parents as a legal entrepreneur in the little-discussed realm of pregnancy for pay.
Outsourcing National Security
Tracking the rise of the contractor in national security.