Hari Osofsky is the dean of Pennsylvania State University’s law school. Starting in August, she will become the dean of Northwestern University’s Pritzker School of Law. Her academic work focuses on addressing injustice in energy and climate change regulation. She been a president of the Association for Law, Property & Society, and she’s also a member of the Society of American Law Teachers’ board of governors. In 2019, she was selected by the ABA’s Legal Technology Resource Center for its Women of Legal Tech initiative.
Law dean Hari Osofsky wonders whether some aspects of the pandemic might stay with legal education, which she has thought was on the brink of significant change even before the pandemic.
Penn State Law’s journey through COVID-19 and beyond as told by Dean Hari Osofsky.
Mark Yacano and Hari Osofsky talk about their un-panel, “How will technology impact the makeup of law firms,” and discuss how law students should train for the new legal marketplace.
Tina Campbell Hebert, Brian Daly, David Silverman, Hari Osofsky, and Dan Rees talk about climate change and the law.
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