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For the first time in Penn State Law’s history, all three of the school’s major academic journals will be led by women editors-in-chief in the coming year.
Summer Work Experiences | Penn State Law
From Hollywood to Washington, D.C., here's a look at the exciting work experiences some of our Penn State Law students had this summer.
Morgan Stanley | Penn State Law
Morgan Stanley's background in finance led him to a summer position with the Securities and Exchange Commission's Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations, an exciting role that changed daily.
Sarah Loy | Penn State Law
Sarah Loy spent the summer before her final year of law school working at Reed Smith LLP, an elite global law firm founded in Pittsburgh.
Eunice Kim | Penn State Law
“Working at Paramount was exactly what I was looking for, but more,” said Eunice Kim, who spent her summer working as a legal intern at Paramount Pictures.
Rob Casturo | Penn State Law
Rob Casturo spent the summer before his 3L year as an intern with the Congressional Budget Office in Washington, D.C.
Deokhee Ryu | Penn State Law
Deokhee Ryu grew up in Gwangju, South Korea, where she became aware of civil rights injustices. This summer, she continued working towards her goal of becoming a human rights lawyer as she interned with Philadelphia Legal Assistance.
Arif and Camandang | Penn State Law
Carlos Camandang, a rising 3L, and Umme Kulsoom Arif, a rising 2L, will join nine other students from law schools across the country as members of the SALT Student Advisory Council.
The Supreme Court held that federal employees have a right to de novo review regardless of whether the MPSB dismisses a case on procedural or jurisdictional grounds—which is the argument that was put forth by Penn State Law students in their amicus brief filed on the plaintiff’s behalf.
“As a clinic working in this field, we’re still fairly young compared to some of our peers, but I think that makes what we’ve accomplished that much more impressive.”

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