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“I was learning about the legal injustices that our veterans face at about the same time my cousin came back from serving in the Middle East and faced a lot of those same issues, ultimately passing away. I couldn’t help but think if he’d had the services he needed, he’d still be with us. I realized that I had to do something—a recurring theme in my life.”
Ben Haight, Penn State Law alumni and lieutenant in the Navy JAG Corps
“Penn State Law is an incredible school and our students find success in all areas of legal practice, but if you’re thinking about coming to law school and joining the JAG Corps, I think you’d be hard-pressed to find a better place."
Dean Houck, Kelly Lloyd and President Barron | Penn State Law
The Penn State Alumni Association presented Penn State Law alumna and advisory board member Kelly Lloyd ’10 with the Alumni Achievement Award on March 31.
The Penn State Alumni Association will honor Penn State Law alumna and advisory board member Kelly Lloyd ’10 with the Alumni Achievement Award, which recognizes the outstanding accomplishments of alumni 35 years of age and younger.
The Hon. D. Brooks Smith, an adjunct professor at Penn State Law and a graduate of the Penn State Dickinson School of Law, was chosen as a 2017 recipient of the Penn State Distinguished Alumni Award, the highest honor presented by the University to its alumni.
Penelope Scudder | Penn State Law
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 3rd Circuit issued a precedential decision on Nov. 8, agreeing with the Penn State Law Civil Rights Appellate Clinic that a section of the United States Code that defines a “crime of violence” is unconstitutionally vague.
Over the years, many of the Center for Immigrants' Rights Clinic alumni have turned their experiences into successful careers in immigration law.
SBA bestows award on assistant counsel in the Office of Chief Counsel for the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections.
The Women’s Law Caucus will honor Catherine A. Christian ’88, chief of the Manhattan District Attorney Office's Elder Abuse Unit, as the 2015 recipient of the Hon. Sylvia H. Rambo Award on Feb. 19.

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