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I chose Penn State Law because of the sense of community and the opportunities for financial aid. Penn State Law offered me a competitive scholarship, and I really liked that the students here are very supportive of each other.
Having obtained my undergraduate degree at a small private school, Penn State Law's small class size was a major factor in my decision. Additionally, Penn State offers several courses related to criminal law, and a range of clinics that offer hands-on experience.
I chose to attend Penn State Law primarily for its joint-degree programs, as I am currently a J.D./Ph.D. student in Higher Education. The amount of opportunities to engage and participate with the rest of the university was particularly attractive. I am able to join student groups, talk to faculty members, take classes, and engage in research "across the street" on main campus. There are plenty of ways to foster and support your specific legal interests both within Penn State Law and the Penn State community at large.