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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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Dickinson Law's Alumni Weekend + Convocation 2015

Dickinson Law's Alumni Weekend + Convocation 2015

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Dickinson Law's Alumni Weekend + Convocation 2015

Dickinson Law's Alumni Weekend + Convocation 2015

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Dickinson Law hosts Advanced Cross-Examination training program

Advanced Cross-Examination Training

scheduled for Oct. 23-24

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Dickinson Law hosts Advanced Cross-Examination training program

Advanced Cross-Examination Training

scheduled for Oct. 23-24

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Dickinson Law hosts Advanced Cross-Examination training program

Advanced Cross-Examination Training

scheduled for Oct. 23-24

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Dickinson Law Classes Begin

Dickinson Law Classes Begin August 19, 2015

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Dickinson Law Classes Begin

Dickinson Law Classes Begin August 19, 2015

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ALUMNI NEAR AND ABROAD

Earning your degree at Penn State’s Dickinson Law connects you with more than 631,000 loyal and enthusiastic Penn State alumni, distinguished lawyers, statespersons, business leaders and advocates worldwide.

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