Public Service & Government Newsletter
View this email in your browser

Fall 2019

In its sixth year, the Leo Model Foundation Government Service & Public Affairs Initiative at Penn Law continues to prepare students to be leaders in government and policy making. Here are highlights from the past semester.

Nicole Isaac L’04 details her professional journey at annual government initiative dinner

Isaac recounted her professional journey from Penn Law to government service in the Obama administration to her current role as the head of North America Policy at LinkedIn.

Distinguished Policy Fellow Richard Cordray's second visit to Law School

The Former CFPB Director shared his consumer protection expertise and government service experience with the community.

How clerkships prepared Brandon Harper L’14 for life as a litigator

Through clerkships, Brandon Harper L’14 was able to bring the best of both experiences to his work as a litigator in private practice

Penn Law leaders in EDPA

Three Penn Law alumni and a former Law School senior lecturer occupy top leadership roles in the USAO for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.

Pathways to the Profession: Veronica Sanchez L’20 

Sanchez describes her summer internship at the Miami Regional Office of the SEC and how the skills that she gained in her 1L year helped her navigate the experience.

In Seattle, Girmay Zahilay L'14 wins King County Council seat

Zahilay, the first serious challenger the incumbent has faced in decades, defeats the longtime council member 57% to 43% in the race.

Penn Law Professor Coglianese elected to ALI

Professor Cary Coglianese has been named one of the 50 lawyers, judges, and law professors recently elected to the American Law Institute.

Former Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey to teach at Penn Law 

In Spring 2020, former Philadelphia Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey will bring his 25 years of policing experience to the Law School to co-teach a seminar on 21st Century Policing with John Hollway.

We have a lot planned for next semester. Please stayed tuned for upcoming visitors, opportunities for career conversations, and more events. Be sure to sign up for our public interest and government listserv to stay up to date on government related news!

Want to change how you receive these emails?
You can update your preferences or unsubscribe from this list


This email was sent to <<Email Address>>
why did I get this?    unsubscribe from this list    update subscription preferences
Toll Public Interest Center · 3501 Sansom Street · Philadelphia, Pa 19104 · USA

Email Marketing Powered by Mailchimp