Bought-In & Gridlocked Out: Communities without Transportation Access
1.0 Ethics/DEI Credits
This symposium titled, “Bought-In & Gridlocked Out: Communities without Transportation Access,” will focus on transportation and mobility justice, centering on three critical questions: who can move, when, and under what circumstances? Through interdisciplinary conversations with lawyers, activists, and scholars from across the country, we will investigate how American transportation systems entrench inequality, racial segregation, and economic disparity. The symposium will take the form of moderated panels exploring the ways transportation and mobility injustice, in Philadelphia and beyond, impact the marketplace, access to resources, policing, and the rights of people with disabilities.
Junfeng Jiao, Hampton K. and Margaret Frye Snell Associate Professor of Transportation, University of Texas at
Austin School of Architecture
Noah Kazis, Legal Fellow, New York University Furman Center
Mimi Sheller, Dean of The Global School, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Gregory H. Shill, Visiting Professor, Washington University in St. Louis School of Law and Associate Professor,
University of Iowa College of Law
Penn Law Alumni receive CLE credits free through The W.P. Carey Foundation’s generous commitment to Lifelong Learning.