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Student Spotlight

Professor Shoba Wadhia and students
The Center for Immigrants’ Rights at Penn State Law and Boston University School of Law’s Immigrants’ Rights Clinic announce the publication of the "Refugee and Asylee Adjustment Toolkit.” The Guide offers step-by-step instructions, relevant case law and practice tips for practitioners representing refugees and asylees in pursuit of adjustment of status.
Professor Shoba Wadhia and students
Clinic students and the Pennsylvania Immigrant Resource Center (PIRC) teamed up to make a practice guide for attorneys representing noncitizens in withholding-only proceedings.
Professor Shoba Wadhia with students Lauren Hartley and James GIlbert
Students in the Center for Immigrants’ Rights Clinic created a practice advisory for attorneys representing noncitizens in immigration proceedings in collaboration with the American Immigration Council and the ABA Commission on Immigration.
Three LL.M. exchange students
LL.M. students Sindre Bogen, Ole Kristian Holtsmark, and Rolf Nyhus will return to Norway with jobs after receiving their degrees in May.
Bethesda Mission Student Volunteers
Getting a jump start on a career in public interest law, Emily Ward '14 recruited and trained first-year law student volunteers for a legal intake program that she helped establish at a nearby homeless shelter.
Courtney Kiehl
Courtney Kiehl ’15 considers victims' rights the cause of her life. Her personal experience with sexual abuse has led her to a career in advocacy.
Brittany Mouzourakis
Penn State Law student Brittany Mouzourakis ’14 was awarded a place in the 2014 Fellowships at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics Law program (FASPE). Mouzourakis was selected from two-hundred and forty applicants for one of twelve fellowships in the summer law program.
6 students from 2013 explore law class
Early in her college career, Briana Knox, now a Penn State senior, wanted to confirm law school was the right choice. On the advice of her advisor, she took part in the Explore Law program at Penn State after her sophomore year and gained valuable insight into the legal profession. Penn State Law has offered this tuition-free program for the past four years, and students are invited to apply for this year's program, set for May 18 to 23.
The Indigent Criminal Justice Clinic has represented thirty-five clients since its establishment last year.
The Indigent Criminal Justice Clinic has represented thirty-five clients since its establishment last year.
Students who serve
When U.S. News and World Report released its most recent Best Colleges for Veterans rankings, it did not surprise law students that Penn State ranked number one among national universities.

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