Penn Carey Law

Justice Sandra Day O’Connor’s legacy

Three Penn experts—Annenberg Public Policy Center director Kathleen Hall Jamieson, Marci A. Hamilton of the School of Arts & Sciences, and former Penn Carey Law School dean Ted Ruger—share their thoughts on the history-making justice.

Kristen de Groot



In the News


Forbes

Larry Fink’s anti-‘woke’ critics confront a force more powerful than politics

Jill E. Fisch of Penn Carey Law says that it’s legal to invest according to values but only with a mandate to do so and with proper disclosure.

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The Wall Street Journal

FuboTV sues to block ESPN, Warner and Fox sports-streaming service

PIK Professor Herbert Hovenkamp says that joint ventures between media competitors can injure rivals that don’t have access to the same programming.

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The Hill

We must protect the right to seek asylum

In a co-authored Op-Ed, Sarah Paoletti of Penn Carey Law says that U.S. immigration and deportation systems are failing to adequately protect people in need of asylum.

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Newsweek

Donald Trump’s big election problem—‘likely voters’

Cary Coglianese of Penn Carey Law says that general polls feature members of the public who are expressing more of a feeling about the state of affairs, such as the economy, in comparison with voters who intend to go to the ballot box.

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The Wall Street Journal

‘Default’ review: When a nation goes bust

In a book review, David Skeel of Penn Carey Law says that Argentina’s national debt situation indicates the need for a framework for sovereign bankruptcy.

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