10 episodes

Penn Law Perspectives (aka Carey Conversations) is a platform for Penn Law students to voice how the global pandemic has impacted their law school experience and personal experiences.

*(The University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School does not endorse this podcast. This podcast is student operated.)

Penn Law Perspectives Ibeabuchi Jeremiah Oteh

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 4 Ratings

Penn Law Perspectives (aka Carey Conversations) is a platform for Penn Law students to voice how the global pandemic has impacted their law school experience and personal experiences.

*(The University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School does not endorse this podcast. This podcast is student operated.)

    Magali Duque L’22 & Sadie Scholar Rheem Brooks L’24

    Magali Duque L’22 & Sadie Scholar Rheem Brooks L’24

    In this episode, rising 3L Magali Duque talks to incoming 1L Rheem Brooks who is one the first ever Sadie scholarship recipients at Penn Law. They discuss Rheem’s journey to law school, her work at the public defender’s office, and how the Sadie scholarship started. They have an open conversation about racial inequality, transformative justice through art, and what financial freedom from student debt means for Black women.

    • 33 min
    Clark Edmond L'19 Co-founder & Executive Director at Crate

    Clark Edmond L'19 Co-founder & Executive Director at Crate

    An inspiring story of a path less traveled at Penn Law. Clark Edmond talks about her journey to Penn Law, how she made the decision to take time off to pursue a Masters degree at Sotheby’s in London, how she dealt with questioning her desire to practice law while in law school, and how she found her passion and started her company Crate—a space for new collectors to celebrate fine art. Check out what Clark is building at crate-gallery.com 

    music: calabasas by dandilla

    • 45 min
    Episode 8: Sade Famakinwa L'21 - Part 2

    Episode 8: Sade Famakinwa L'21 - Part 2

    Part 2 of the conversation with Sade Famakinwa L'21. We talk about Sade’s upbringing and how certain people and experiences have shaped her leadership habits. The conversation transitions into speaking about about the institutions role in supporting black students at Penn Law, and we wrap up by talking about what Sade what’s to accomplish during her final year in Philadelphia. music: calabasas by dandilla

    • 40 min
    Episode 7: Sade Famakinwa L'21 - Part 1

    Episode 7: Sade Famakinwa L'21 - Part 1

    Episode 7 features Sade Famakinwa L'21. Sade grew up on Long Island and graduated from Cornell University in 2014. This past year, Sade served as the president of the Black Law Students Association (BLSA). Music : calabasas by dandila 

    • 40 min
    Episode 6: Adam Tsao L'17

    Episode 6: Adam Tsao L'17

    Episode 6 of Penn Law Perspectives features Adam Tsao L’17. Adam is a former Skadden D.C. and Covington D.C. attorney who is combining his business and legal skills with his background in philosophy to launch his new venture At Philosophy. 
    You can follow Adam’s journey on LinkedIn, Twitter, and Instagram.
    https://www.linkedin.com/in/adamtsao/
    https://twitter.com/adam_tsao
    https://www.instagram.com/at_philosophy/

    • 37 min
    Episode 5: Domenic Powell L'20

    Episode 5: Domenic Powell L'20

    Episode five of Penn Law Perspectives features Domenic Powell. Domenic (Dom, to me) is a 3L from Charlotte, NC. Dom is raising his 4-month old daughter with his wife, Keerthi, in West Philly. Check out how he's living life as a new father and law student.

    • 33 min

Customer Reviews

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4 Ratings

Brison Jez ,

Student centered podcast for colleges!

I love the idea and execution. Great interviews and interesting perspectives from Penn Law students.

futuredefenderv ,

Love hearing from classmates

With the abrupt end to the semester, I really miss hanging out with classmates. This has been such a nice way to hear from people I either didn’t know or haven’t had a chance to check-in on. Jeremiah is such a great interviewer as well. So glad this exists and look forward to each episode!

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