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Lessons Learned in Crisis: Regulation and Regulatory Authority During a Public Health Emergency
As the coronavirus pandemic rages on, people look to the federal government to help solve the crisis through regulations and other legal authorities. This panel will look at how federal rules are developed and their reach and limits to respond to the...

The Latest in Antitrust: The House Report, the Google and Qualcomm Cases, and Developments in the EU
The last few months have borne witness to a flurry of activity in antitrust law, including the culmination of the House Judiciary Committee’s Digital Markets Investigation with the issuance of a 400-page report, the Justice Department’s announcem...

Purpose & Inclusion in the Mission Statement
Forum on Advancing Inclusive Leadership October 12-15, 2020 Panelists: Steve Crown Patricia Daley Wilma Wallace

Keynote conversation on Inclusion in Hiring, Retention and Promotion
Forum on Advancing Inclusive Leadership October 12-15, 2020 Panelists: Sonya Som Carolyn Edgar

Inclusion as a Business Priority
Forum on Advancing Inclusive Leadership October 12-15, 2020 Panlists: Mehmood Khan Peter Rabley Kamakshi Sivaramakrishnan Gitanjali Swamy

Keynote Conversation: Under Secretary-General Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka & Mats Granryd
Forum on Advancing Inclusive Leadership October 12-15, 2020 Keynote Conversation: Under Secretary-General Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka Mats Granryd

Keynote Conversation on the Power of Inclusive Investing
Forum on Advancing Inclusive Leadership October 12-15, 2020 Panelists: Wanji Walcott Shelly Kapoor Collins

Investing in ESG as Business Priority
Forum on Advancing Inclusive Leadership October 12-15, 2020 Panelists: Suneel Gupta Andrew Kandel Megha Parekh Silda Spitzer Timothy Wilkins

Closing Remarks: Ambassador Michael Lawson
Forum on Advancing Inclusive Leadership October 12-15, 2020 Closing Remarks: Ambassador Michael Lawson

Using the Business Platform to Advance Equality
Forum on Advancing Inclusive Leadership October 12-15, 2020 Panelists: Joshua Bixby Natalie Jabangwe Rene Lacerte Conrado Tenaglia Amy Weaver

Keynote Remarks: Mitch Zuklie
Forum on Advancing Inclusive Leadership October 12-15, 2020 Keynote Remarks: Mitch Zuklie

Financing for Inclusion: Investing in a Diverse Group of Business Leaders
Forum on Advancing Inclusive Leadership October 12-15, 2020 Panelists: David Hornik Vanessa Liu Kumar Mahadeva Craig Newmark Matt Nimetz

Keynote Conversation: What is Inclusive Leadership in a Changing Political Economy?
Forum on Advancing Inclusive Leadership October 12-15, 2020 Panelists: Paula Johnson Tsu-Jae King Liu Deborah Rhode Sanjay E. Sarma

How Business Leaders Should Respond to the Movement for Black Lives?
Forum on Advancing Inclusive Leadership October 12-15, 2020 Panlists: Tonye Cole Helene N'Garnim Ganga Saki Macozoma Gay J. McDougall David Senghe

CTIC Career Speaker Series: Randolph Tritell L’77
Randolph Tritell is the Director of the Federal Trade Commission’s Office of International Affairs, where he is responsible for coordinating the FTC’s international antitrust and consumer protection policies and the FTC’s involvement in cases t...

Senior Partners Society Penn Memory Center Event: A Discussion with Dr. Sara Manning
Speaker: Sara Manning, MD, MS Event Description: Dr. Manning discussed how the Penn Memory Center approaches cognitive assessment, techniques for maintaining cognitive heath, and how to know when to seek help. The University of Pennsylvania Carey La...

The Rule of Law? Maximizing Hard and Soft Law Arctic Governance (10/03/2020)
This session will consider the current and future state of hard and soft Arctic governance mechanisms – including the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS), treaties, and the Arctic Council – and their ability to advance strate...

A Conversation with Security Leaders on Strengthening Arctic Security Cooperation (10/01/2010)
Are nations paying enough attention to climate change and Arctic security? Do military and other security interests of the Arctic nations align? Are current domestic and international political, security, economic, and diplomatic structures sufficien...

Morning Coffee Talk with Senator Angus King on U.S. Arctic Strategy (10/03/2020)
U.S. Senator Angus King (I-ME), Co-Chair, Arctic Caucus Prof. Claire Finkelstein, Algernon Biddle Professor of Law and Professor of Philosophy, Faculty Director, Center for Ethics and the Rule of Law, University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School

Communicating the Climate Change Security Threat: Are We Using Effective Language? (10/01/2020)
Despite 97% of climate scientists agreeing that the last century’s global warming trends are likely due to manmade activity, 38% of Americans do not acknowledge that mankind’s actions contribute to climate change. Is there a messaging problem? Do...

Why Penn Carey Law?
Hear from Administrators, Students and Faculty about studying at Penn Carey Law 0:00 Introduction from Randi Garnick L'90 and Stephanie Thistle 0:55 Cross-Disciplinary education with Amanda Aronoff L'95 2:44 Careers with Maureen Reilly 4:50 Gittis C...

Criminal Justice Reform and Forensics: The Importance of Evidence (10/01/2020)
In the wake of the killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and countless others, calls for widespread reform of America’s criminal justice system have reached a deafening pitch. Understandably, much of the conversation has focused on policing. B...

Current and Emerging Issues in Law and Technology Fall 2020
The esteemed Faculty of The Center for Technology, Innovation and Competition (CTIC) will highlight and explore cases on the Supreme Court’s docket for the October 2020 term!

CERL Book Talk 2020: How to Save a Constitutional Democracy
Around the world, a rising wave of populist leaders threatens to erode the core structures of democratic self-rule. In their book, authors Tom Ginsburg and Aziz Z. Huq argue that we can no longer afford to be complacent. Drawing on other countries...

Chantal Low MSN'18, ML'18, learning skills you didn't know you needed
Dual-Degree Candidate Chantal Low MSN'18, ML'18, "it's been so invaluable and I'm so grateful that I fell into this program." The Master in Law curriculum is designed for students and professionals coming from disciplines outside of the law who wish...

Dr Manoj K Mittal, a more informed consumer of the law
Manoj K. Mittal, MBBS, MRCP, FAAP, is medical director of CHOP pediatric emergency medicine at St. Mary Medical Center and a CHOP emergency medicine physician at Virtua-Voorhees Hospital in Voorhees, NJ. The Master in Law curriculum is designed for ...

Dean Theodore Ruger, The Law shouldn't just be limited to those who make their careers as lawyers
Penn Law Dean Theodore Ruger, "We want to focus on the hardest, most uncertain areas of research ethics, and healthcare law, and insurance reimbursement." Our curriculum is designed for students and professionals coming from disciplines outside of t...

Dr Ronald Litman discusses taking an interdisciplinary course at Penn Law
Dr. Ronald Litman, Pediatric Anesthesiology and Critical Care at the Children's Hospital of Pennsylvania, discusses his experience taking a class at Penn Law. Law classes are not just for law students. Because of our commitment to cross-disciplinar...

Benefiting Investors in the Short and Long Term Through Vigorous and Nimble Enforcement
The Institute for Law and Economics is delighted to welcome Jay Clayton L’93, Chairman, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, for a virtual program “Benefiting Investors in the Short and Long Term Through Vigorous and Nimble Enforcement” on ...

JD'21 students Sonali Parikh and Lynnewood Shafer discuss their virtual summers
Sonali Parikh L'21 & Lynnewood Shafer L'21 discuss their summer placements at Skadden Arps and their summer coursework in Covid and the Law.

Holding the 2020 Election Under Crisis: Assessing the Constitutional and Legal Challenges
The 2020 presidential election faces unprecedented challenges, from the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, threats of foreign interference, and social unrest, to questions about the United States Postal Service’s resources and ability to handle unprecedent...

Reimagining Legal Operations - Reimagining the Future of the Profession (A Virtual Summer Event)
In this virtual event, guest experts discuss the emerging importance of Legal Operations, explore the ripple effects COVID-19 will create across the legal ecosystem and predict how Legal Ops will change in the years ahead. Guest Experts Connie Brent...

Reimagining Legal Technology - Reimagining the Future of the Profession
This session will explore the expansion of legal technology over the last decade, the ways the global pandemic has accelerated both the proliferation and adoption of new technology, how the role of lawyers across systems could change, how legal tech ...

Reimagining Law Firms - Reimagining the Future of the Profession (A Virtual Summer Event Series)
In this session, our guests will explore the durable structure of large global law firms, the challenges those structures create, including the impediments to achieving greater diversity and inclusion, how to create and sustain a strong organizationa...

Fewer Stays, Fewer Days: The Bronx Defenders and How Holistic Defense Reduces Mass Incarceration
In 2019, the Harvard Law Review published a quantitative study by researchers from the RAND Corporation and Penn Law’s Quattrone Center for the Fair Administration of Justice entitled “The Effects of Holistic Defense on Criminal Justice Outcomes....

2019-2020 Owen J. Roberts Lecture: Dorothy Roberts
A memorial to the esteemed jurist and former University of Pennsylvania Law School dean, the Owen J. Roberts Lecture in Constitutional Law established an annual lectureship to be delivered by “a nationally prominent person, in either public or acad...

Structural Frustrations: Challenges to Implementing Change
The University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School will convene a year-long colloquium, Achieving Racial Justice, beginning with a summer series focused on policing. This summer series, A Path for Change: Policing in America, will be hosted by the Law S...

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