The Toll Public Interest Center is very proud of the excellent pro bono work accomplished by the Environmental Law Project (pictured here). During the spring 2013 semester, the project’s volunteers completed seven challenging and environmentally meaningful research projects for the Clean Air Council, Food and Water Watch, Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance, and Friends of Farmworkers. For more information on Penn Law’s ELP, click here.
As a 1L, it can be easy to get lost in the theoretical side of the law, examining countless hypotheticals in all your classes from torts to criminal law. Admittedly, when you’re sitting in the library reading case…
Penn Law Immigrant Rights Project Conducts Cutting Edge Research on LGBT and HIV-based Asylum Decisions
The Penn Law Immigrant Rights Project partnered with Immigration Equality to compile a comprehensive chart of precedential and non-precedential LGBT and HIV-based asylum decisions. Students appreciated the opportunity to work with the only U.S. organization exclusively dedicated to achieving full equality for LGBT and HIV-positive immigrants.
The Penn Law Immigrant Rights Project is a TPIC pro bono project that provides pro bono immigration assistance in the greater Philadelphia area.