Penn State University has invested more than $130 million in new facilities over the past six years to give its law students a significant advantage. Our facilities have been called “state-of-the-art” because of our technology, and the Lewis Katz Building has been ranked as one of the top academic buildings in the world.
In our courtroom, students were able to observe a third circuit judge hear and rule on a last minute death penalty appeal. In our classrooms, students compare constitutional issues with their peers in South Africa or Australia. In our library, students have 24/7 access to a vast collection of resources.
You can take a brief virtual tour of our facilities via YouTube.