Law

The Immigration Act of 1924

A century after a federal law established a national quota system on immigration, legal historian Hardeep Dhillon explains the significance and legacy of the Immigration Act of 1924.

Kristina García

Challenging the boundaries of STEM

Female faculty and staff from the School of Social Policy & Practice, the Wharton School, and Penn Carey Law shared how they integrate science, technology, engineering, and math into their work.

Erica Moser



In the News


CNBC

TikTok sued the U.S. government to block a ban. Here’s what happens now

Gus Hurwitz of Penn Carey Law says that ByteDance could file another lawsuit on behalf of TikTok’s users to strengthen the company’s First Amendment argument against a federal ban.

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Philadelphia Inquirer

Philly narcotics cops secretly used surveillance cameras. Video proved some of their testimony false

Sandra Mayson of Penn Carey Law says that chaos in scheduling court dates obscures intentional no-shows by police officers.

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Associated Press

TikTok has sued the U.S. over a law that could ban its app. What’s the legal outlook?

Justin “Gus” Hurwitz of Penn Carey Law says that the current composition of the Supreme Court would likely uphold a federal TikTok ban.

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USA Today

TikTok sues U.S. government: Lawsuit alleges forced ban or sale violates First Amendment

Justin “Gus” Hurwitz of Penn Carey Law says that courts are likely to take the national-security justification seriously for a federal TikTok ban.

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USA Today

‘Terrifying’: Democrats say they have plans to keep electors safe from political violence

Kermit Roosevelt of Penn Carey Law says that safeguarding against threats to the country’s democratic process, including security for the 2024 electors, stands out among the unresolved issue from the last presidential race.

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Associated Press

TikTok has promised to sue over the potential U.S. ban. What’s the legal outlook?

Justin (Gus) Hurwitz of Penn Carey Law says that the Supreme Court, given its current composition, would likely uphold a TikTok ban.

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