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Natalie V. Grosse
Adjunct Professor of Law
University of Missouri, B.S.
J.D., University of Missouri, Columbia School of Law
Natalie Grosse is an adjunct professor of law at Penn State Law where she teaches Professional Responsibility.
Professor Grosse is employed by Penn State Police & Public Safety, assisting with the University’s Clery Act compliance.
Prior to joining Penn State, Professor Grosse was an attorney at the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) for nearly 15 years. During her DOJ career, she served as Counsel to the Director in the Office on Violence Against Women during the first reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act; Acting Deputy Director and Counsel to the Director in the Executive Office for United States Attorneys serving as the chair of DOJ’s multidisciplinary anti-gun violence committee; and a federal prosecutor in the Eastern District of Virginia United States Attorney’s Office where she adjudicated financial crimes through administrative, civil, and criminal enforcement. In 2011, Professor Grosse became an Associate General Counsel in the Federal Bureau of Investigation where she specialized in national security investigations until her move to State College in 2018.
Professor Grosse received her B.S. in Criminology/Criminal Justice from the University of Missouri – St. Louis in 2000, graduating summa cum laude with a double minor in Sociology and Psychology. She received her J.D. from the University of Missouri – Columbia School of Law in 2003, where she was the Managing Editor of the Journal of Dispute Resolution.