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Abigail LeGrow ’04 was recently appointed Master in Chancery for the Delaware Judiciary, a court which has been ranked first in the nation since 2002.
The Law School is saddened to announce the death of John C. “Jack” Keeney ’49, who passed away on Saturday, November 19, 2011, at his home in Kensington, Maryland. With the passing of Keeney, the Law School has lost one of its oldest alumni and most revered public servants in U.S. history.
Health insurance industry critic Wendell Potter will speak at Penn State Law on September 20. The public is welcome. “We are so pleased to welcome one of the key players in the health insurance debate,” said Professor Camille Marion who co-directs the Center for Government Law and Public Policy Studies. “Potter’s talk should be thought provoking for lawyers, physicians, and future policy professionals.” 
From Watergate to the 9/11 Commission, Richard Ben-Veniste has pursued truth, justice, and accountability from the U.S. government. The famed Washington, D.C. trial attorney will visit Penn State Law to speak on ethics in government on October 19. The public is welcome to attend.
Judge John E. Jones III '80 and Professor Frank Ravitch '91.