A new blog by clinic students at Penn State Law is designed to help practitioners stay up-to-date on the latest Third Circuit immigration decisions.
Is it legal to fire an employee for helping a co-worker report harassment? Some courts have said yes, but Penn State Law’s Civil Rights Appellate Clinic is taking a stand.
International business law expert Marco Ventoruzzo will organize and teach courses to the Rwanda Supreme Court and Commercial Court on International Business Law on a pro bono basis.
A special argument session at Penn State Law on April 1 and 2 allowed the Superior Court of Pennsylvania to bring law to life for area students.
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.
Trent Hargrove, chief diversity officer for the Pennsylvania Bar Association (PBA), has been named the recipient of the Alumni Diversity Award for Leadership in the Legal Profession and the keynote speaker at the law school’s Student Bar Association annual Diversity Awards Banquet set for April 5, 2014.
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.
Thomas E. Carbonneau, the Samuel P. Orlando Distinguished Professor of Law and director of the Penn State Institute of Arbitration Law and Practice, has published the Fifth Edition of “The Law and Practice of Arbitration.”
Rain or shine, prepare to pound the pavement by participating in Penn State's Dickinson School of Law 5K Race Judicata to raise funds for the Law School's Public Interest Law Fund (PILF) and Loan Repayment Assistance Program (LRAP).