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P.J. Crowley, former State Department Spokesperson, accepts position at Penn State LawFormer Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs, Philip J. (P.J.) Crowley will serve as the 2011-2012 Omar Bradley Chair of Strategic Leadership at Penn State Law.
Penn State Law launches new clinic focused on international developmentThe new International Sustainable Development Law Clinic gives Penn State Law students the chance to join University colleagues from a wide range of disciplines who are working to develop, design, and implement humanitarian projects and social ventures in the developing world.
Julie Myers Wood, former head of ICE, to speak on 9/11 EffectJulie Myers Wood, former head of Immigration and Customs Enforcement, will visit Penn State Law at 9 a.m. on Friday, Sept. 16 to serve on a panel of national experts for "The 9/11 Effect and Its Legacy on U.S. Immigration Laws."
Perilous Seas: Piracy in the 21st Century with Admiral James HouckVice Admiral James Houck will join two other distinguished speakers to discuss the law, politics, and history of piracy at “Perilous Seas: Piracy in the 21st Century” on Sept. 26. The public is welcome.
Sakina Ibrahimova chooses Penn State Law to bolster her tax careerSakina Ibrahimova '10 speaks four languages including Azerbaijani, Russian, English and Turkish--make that five language if you count tax law.
Different paths lead students to Penn State Law LL.M. program.For 41 years, lawyers from around the world have been coming to the Law School to earn what was first called a Master’s of Comparative Law degree. This year’s LL.M. class has students from Asia, Europe and the Caribbean with a broad range of legal and life experiences.
Tribal law expert Professor Matthew Fletcher will speak at Penn State LawAmerican Indian law and policy expert Professor Matthew Fletcher will visit Penn State Law on September 19 to present "American Indian Education: Counternarratives in Racism, Struggle, and the Law." He is the chief editor of the leading law blog on American Indian law and policy, Turtle Talk.
Contracts key to Hollywood legal internship for Robert Vega ’12Calling from the NBCUniversal lot where many popular television shows and films are produced, Robert Vega ’12 said that his legal internship in the Television Production, Legal Affairs Group of NBCUniversal (NBCU) has been nothing short of “phenomenal!”

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