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Temple Law is proud to announce the creation of the Kean Family Deanship, made possible through a $5 million gift from Hon. Joyce Kean ‘79 and Dr. Herbert Kean. Rachel Rebouché is the inaugural Kean Family Dean. From left to right: Temple University President Richard M. Englert, Dr. Herbert Kean, Hon. Joyce Kean, and Dean Rachel Rebouché.

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The Oxford Process is an initiative that focuses on the application of international law in cyberspace. iLIT Fellow Abygaelle Loubeau had the opportunity to attend a conference in which international law experts from across the globe convened at Yale University to discuss the ever-changing rules and norms of cyberspace.

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Temple Law School is #54 in the 2025 US News & World Report overall rankings. Our evening division is ranked #4 among part-time programs and our trial advocacy program is ranked #1 in the nation.

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Temple University Beasley School of Law will welcome six new faculty members this fall, bringing added strength and diversity to its already exceptional roster of scholars, educators, and advocates.

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Angela Sadat LAW ‘25 and Jamal Connelly LAW ‘25 have been named recipients of the 2024 Merritt Fellowship.

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In honor of Women’s History Month, Temple Law proudly presents “Lessons of Resilience and Courage from German Jewish Women Lawyers,” an exhibit, panel and reception exploring the lives and experiences of 17 Jewish women lawyers in Germany prior to 1945.

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The Temple Law Center for Compliance & Ethics recently hosted “What Keeps You Up at Night?” an Ethics CLE and Roundtable specifically geared towards Chief Compliance & Ethics Officers and Deputy Chief Compliance Officers.
Associate Dean Donald Harris moderated a panel of Black Temple Law graduates and former faculty to celebrate JoAnne Epps’ legacy and discuss her impact on their lives and careers, her ideas for advancing diversity within legal education and the profession, and what the Temple Law community can do to carry forward her vision for inclusive excellence.
The Center for Public Health Law Research, Temple University Beasley School of Law hosted their 2023 Policy Surveillance Institute to teach scientific legal mapping methods for health laws and policies.

CPHLR experts hosted a broad range of participants, such as lawyers, researchers, government agents, public health practitioners, and advocates, to deepen their understanding and training of legal epidemiology, or public health law research.
Temple Law Professor Ken Jacobsen addresses Philadelphia City Council in support of the NIL Youth Protection Bill on Dec. 14, 2023.
JoAnne Epps shaped Temple Law School into an inclusive, supportive community for faculty, staff, and students. There are as many stories about her as there are people in the Temple Law community. We invite you to share your favorite memories here:
In pursuing a degree at Temple Law, our graduates find themselves gaining real-world experience working directly with legal professionals and clients as they build their professional identity. From internships at the Philadelphia District Attorney’s office, to drafting and developing court opinions, to collaborating with top-tier coaches and professors in Trial Advocacy, our students enter the legal profession well-prepared for success. Read more about our 2023 graduates in our student spotlight:
The Law & Public Policy Program has been developing Temple Law students into leaders ready to face the challenging policy world and the rapidly changing legal profession for more than a decade. The L&PP Program integrates an immersive and academically rigorous experience in Washington, D.C. with professional development, mentorship, and experiential opportunities at leading national policy agencies. Learn more about the 2023 scholars and the work they’re doing this summer.
DYK? Temple Law & Public Policy Scholars present their work at conferences and symposia around the world. This year, 20 Scholars presented at the Law and Society Association’s annual meeting in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Visit the 2023 Commencement landing page to view photos from this year’s graduation.
The stage is set, 2023 graduates it’s your time to shine! Don’t forget to tag Temple Law School in your posts, and send a congratulations message to your graduate on our commencement page.
Dean Rachel Rebouché invites alumni to attend a Philadelphia alumni reception and celebration of Temple University Beasley School of Law on May 2nd, 2023. Please join us for abundant hors d’oeuvres and libations. There is limited space available. Business Professional attire required. $25.00 per person.
Temple Law Students Make the Championship Round at Villanova Law’s Professional Football Negotiation Competition:
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Melissa Pang’s Path from Temple Law to the Cutting Edge of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Initiatives

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Temple Law at Bar-Ilan University: Teaching There, Looking Back Here
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Temple Law School Announces the Leonard Barrack ’68 Chair in Law
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Temple Law Teams Advance in IP Moot Court Competitions – Win Best Brief:

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Temple Law Trial Teams Collect Competition Accolades:
Temple Law Welcomes New Faculty Members:
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Brandon Marshall Miller LAW ’23 Named as a National Jurist Law Student of the Year:
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Temple Law Team Wins LL.M. Division of the 21st Annual Law Student Tax Challenge:
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Dean Donald Harris joins The Temple News for a Q&A on public domain and the implications for artists and large companies like Disney:
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Law students Javier Zurita, Luke Myers, and Elizabeth Napierkowski created a checklist intended to help the Philadelphia Municipal Court. Read their reflection on the Sheller Center for Social Justice blog:
Professor Margaret deGuzman Appointed to International Court:
Temple Law Hosts Latvian Ambassador to the United States:
Group Photo (from left): Patrick Plunket (Director of Major Gifts), Deborah McCreery (Assistant Dean for Development), Karen McMichael (Director of International Programs), John Smagula (Assistant Dean for Graduate & International Programs), Ambassador Māris Selga, Interim Dean Rachel Rebouché, Ivars Indāns (Professor, Riga Graduate School of Law), Marika Selga, John Medveckis (J.J. Medveckis Foundation)
In this episode of the 10-Q&A Podcast, Jonathan Broder LAW ’83
talks with Mitchell L. Morgan FOX ’75, LAW ’80 about his early years, founding Morgan Properties, and why Temple is one of the best parts of Philadelphia.
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Sidebar: Q&A with the Beck Chair in Law Professor Patty Skuster:
Reena Naik LAW ’21 Wins Ruth Bader Ginsburg Writing Competition:
Classes of 1990 and 1991 30th Reunion at The National Constitution Center    
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Sidebar: Q&A with Hon. Nelson A. Diaz Professor Alice Abreu:
Join the Law School and Alumni Association at Tailgate Village for Homecoming and Family Weekend!
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Read more about our Center for Compliance and Ethics Summer Fellowship here:
The application for the fall 2022 entering class is now open.

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Christopher Moore LAW ’23 shares his experience as the inaugural Amber Racine Fellow:
Dean Mandel Appointed Interim Provost of Temple University, Associate Dean Rebouché Named Law School Interim Dean:
Learn more about the Temple Law & Public Policy (LPP) Program and meet our 2021 LPP Scholars here:
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Puja Upadhyay LAW ’22 and Timothy Cordova LAW ’21 gave strong performances in the Sixth Annual American University Washington College of Law National Health Law Writing Competition. 🔗:
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Kinship Care in Pennsylvania: Creating an Equitable System for Families
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