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THE VOICE: A Publication of PhilaU's Law and Society Program



Evan Laine


Includes noteworthy accomplishments and other interesting happenings in the law and society community.

Roxboro House Roundtables Have a New Home on the Arlen Specter Center Website

The Roundtables   now have a new spiffy home on the Arlen Specter Center for  Public  Service  website.  Click  here to check it out as well as other exciting Specter Center activities

Jun, 11

Law and Society Graduate Discusses First Amendment Rights at Sports Stadiums: ESPN Twin Cities

Law and Society alumnus John Sczepanski ’14 was interviewed about sports fans’ first amendment rights in stadiums built in part with public funds on ESPN Twin Cities radio show June 7. Sczepanski, now a law student, wrote an article on this issue for the Law and Society‘s online publication, The Voice, ...

Jun, 11

L & S Moot Competition 2015

In a very close contest Laura Morson edged our Graham Fox to win the 2015 PhilaU Moot Competition. Addressing a problem that concerned numerous contested warrantless searches that led to the the arrest ...

May, 08

L & S Grad MacKenzie Watt Accepted into Top Ranked International University to Achieve her Masters in European and International Human Rights Law (Advanced)

MacKenzie Watt will be attending Leiden University in Amsterdam this fall to achieve her Masters in European and International Human Rights Law (Advanced). Study at the University includes extensive travel through Europe. Leiden University is in highest position of all ...

May, 08

“Single Bullet” Exhibit Opens at the Battleship New Jersey

An enthusiastic group gathered on Thursday evening, April 9th, to celebrate the opening of Single Bullet at the Battleship New Jersey in Camden. This exhibition was created through a collaboration of Philadelphia University students and faculty, of the Law & Society, Graphic Design, and Architecture programs, and staff of ...

Apr, 10

Put Your Cards on the Table Event!

On March 23, the Arlen Specter Center for Public Service, The Office of Student Engagement-Diversity Initiative, and The Black Student Union hosted “Put Your Cards on The Table,” a moderated discussion concerning current events(e.g. Ferguson, Eric Garner cases, Gender Inequality, etc.) affecting not only the world around us, but the ...

Mar, 25

Roundtables Now Have Their Own YouTube Page!

The Arlen Specter Center for Public Service Roxboro House Roundtables now have their own YouTube Page. Join in the conversation on the diverse group of topics ranging from Politics, Law, Business, Fashion and Medicine .

Mar, 25


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