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Founded in 1834 by Judge John Reed, The Dickinson School of Law is the oldest law school in Pennsylvania and the fifth-oldest in the nation. In 1997, the law school merged with Penn State University. Penn State’s Dickinson Law offers you choices as you consider three years of learning with legal scholars, ambassadors, diplomats, judges, and lawyers from around the world.

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Professor Bob Rains

Robert E. Rains discusses "The Future of Justice Scalia's Prophecies of Family Law Doom"

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Professor Bob Rains

Robert E. Rains discusses "The Future of Justice Scalia's Prophecies of Family Law Doom"

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Black Law Students Association

Celebrate Black History Month

State of Race and Ethnicity in the Law

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Black Law Students Association

Celebrate Black History Month

State of Race and Ethnicity in the Law

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Black Law Students Association

Celebrate Black History Month

State of Race and Ethnicity in the Law

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A Discussion on Title IX

A Discussion on Title IX

to be presented by The Penn State Roundtable on Sports and Society

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A Discussion on Title IX

A Discussion on Title IX

to be presented by The Penn State Roundtable on Sports and Society

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A Discussion on Title IX

A Discussion on Title IX

to be presented by The Penn State Roundtable on Sports and Society

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Career Services

Career Services: Training on Professionalism

scheduled for March 4

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Career Services

Career Services: Training on Professionalism

scheduled for March 4

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Career Services

Career Services: Training on Professionalism

scheduled for March 4

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The Modern Family Event

The Modern Family: Evolution of the Nuclear Family

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The Modern Family Event

The Modern Family: Evolution of the Nuclear Family

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A REAL-WORLD LEGAL EDUCATION

Your Penn State Dickinson Law education includes many opportunities to gain experience and practice your skills outside the classroom, including clinics, internships, and full-semester residencies.

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