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Group photo of the LL.M. Class of 2019
The LL.M. class of 2019 includes 119 students, plus nine exchange students, from 34 different countries. Their diverse perspectives will enrich the experiences of all professors, students, and staff across Penn State Law.
Dean Hari Osofsky poses with Bhargavi Kannan and Sanya Kishwar
Bhargavi Kannan and Sanya Darakhshan Kishwar earned the top individual honor at the 2018 SAARC Moot Court Competition, a yearlong tournament that attracts thousands of talented law students from across India and south Asia.
2018 Penn State Law Vis Team in Vienna
The 2018 Penn State Law Vis Moot Court Team reached the elimination Round of 64 in the 25th annual Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot Competition in Vienna.
Mohammad Abdulla at his dissertation defense
Penn State Law S.J.D. alumnus Mohammad Abdulla is now working as a professor in his home country at United Arab Emirates University.
Harold Hongju Koh, Sterling Professor of International Law and former dean at Yale Law School and former legal adviser to the State Department, will speak at Penn State at 1:00 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 25, in the Sutliff Auditorium of the Lewis Katz Building.
Barnes was recognized at a formal ceremony on Oct. 26, which was attended by Deputy Secretary of the Party Committee Gao Huanyue, Vice Dean Xue Xiaojian, and Deputy Director of the International Cooperation and Exchange Office Lu Yong.
Kiran Manokaran, Dean Hari Osofsky, and Ekakshra Mahajan
Mahajan and Manokaran distinguished themselves through their knowledge of, and passion for, the law -- earning themselves the titles of best male and female law student out of the thousands who competed in the Professor N.R. Madhava Menon SAARC Mooting Competition.
The Penn State Law LL.M. Program has welcomed the most diverse class in its history to campus this semester, with students coming to University Park from 30 different nations all across the globe.
Rayhan Asat and Tamara Kralji at Penn State Law
Rayhan Asat and Tamara Kralji, from the Washington, D.C.-based law firm Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP, recently spoke at Penn State Law during a two-part program covering World Bank sanctions and careers for LL.M. students.

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