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.
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'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 spent the summer before her final year of law school working at Reed Smith LLP, an elite global law firm founded in Pittsburgh.
“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 spent the summer before his 3L year as an intern with the Congressional Budget Office in Washington, D.C.
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.
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.”