With much of the United States divided on various political and social issues, prospective law students may be excited about the idea of ​​defending Americans’ rights and freedoms through the practice of constitutional law. But law professors and practicing lawyers say legal jobs focused exclusively on constitutional law are extremelyRead More →

In an article recently published in the North West Law Review titled “Democratizing Criminal Law as an Abolitionist Project,” Penn Law professor Dorothy Roberts presents an alternative vision of criminal justice. According to Dorothy Roberts, an expert on race, gender and the law, making the criminal justice systemRead More →