About the Manglona Lab
What We Do
The Anuncia Donecia Songsong Manglona Lab for Gender and Economic Equity at Penn State Law offers litigation services, primarily on the appellate level. Through the Lab's litigation clinic, the faculty and students of Manglona Lab represent plaintiffs seeking economic justice in the courts by pursuing claims advancing gender equity.
If you would like the Manglona Lab's clinic to consider representing you, please fill out our potential client intake form. We will be in touch after July 1, 2021.
The Manglona Lab at Penn State Law was founded in February 2021 through an endowed gift by hacker and entrepreneur Katie Moussouris, the daughter of Anuncia Donecia Songsong Manglona, through the Pay Equity Now Foundation to honor the memory of her late mother, Anuncia Donecia Songsong Manglona, who faced her own struggles with gender and racial discrimination during her career as a Chamorro scientist working on in vitro fertilization and stem cell research.
How You Can Help
The Manglona Lab is supported through donations of all sizes. If you would like to support our mission, please donate. The Manglona Lab hopes to expand its offerings to include entrepreneurship services. If you would like to make an endowed gift to support this expansion or to otherwise financially assist with a targeted expansion of the Lab's services, please contact the Manglona Lab's faculty director, Prof. Andrea Matwyshyn at
How we can help
If you are interested in learning more about working with the Manglona Lab on your case, please fill out the following potential client intake form and we will contact you to learn more after July 1, 2021.
The Manglona Lab is currently seeking an executive director. To apply for this position, please follow the process explained in the job listing.