Browse Exhibits (3 total)
"Benchmark: Penn Law Women and the Federal Courts" highlights the careers of Penn Law alumnae who have served or are currently serving on the federal judicial court system. The women featured in this digital exhibition provide a wide lens of exemplary accomplishments, and by highlighting their careers it also provides greater insight into the evolving historical context of women entering federal judicial service.
This digital exhibition was inspired by the exhibition, "Phyllis A. Kravitch: Breaking Precedent," currently on display in Biddle Law Library's Rare Book Room, T-253.
The Penn Law Milestones series of digital exhibitionss celebrates the accomplishments of students, faculty and staff. This exhibit honors the Asians, Asian-Americans, and Pacific Islanders who have helped contribute to Penn Carey Law School's ethnic and cultural diversity.
The Penn Law Milestones series of digital exhibitionss celebrates the accomplishments of students, faculty and staff. Penn Law has been celebrating Black accomplishments since 1888 when Aaron Albert Mossell became the first Black man to graduate from Penn Law. The list below and the accompanying visual timeline at the bottom of the page outline Black history here at Penn Law.
Credit: Merle J. Slyhoff, Collection Development Librarian