Pennsylvania State University, Penn State Law
Penn State Law, located on Penn State’s University Park campus in State College, Pennsylvania, offers all of the resources of a world-class, public research institution together with challenging and innovative classroom study and ample opportunities for learning by doing. Penn State Law students study in small classes, allowing them to build relationships with each other and with the law school’s faculty of prominent legal scholars, leading practitioners, and engaging educators. Students choose from among a variety of elective courses in traditional and emerging practice areas as part of the school’s rigorous and practical curriculum, providing them with the knowledge, skills, and experiences necessary to thrive in the legal profession. Students have convenient access to graduate-level courses and joint degrees in Penn State’s nationally ranked programs in business, education, information science and technology, health care, international affairs, and many others. Nine legal clinics, four research centers, and the ability to complete an externship in any location around the world provide students ample opportunities for experiential learning.