Pennsylvania State University-Dickinson Law

Carlisle, PA, USA

Established in 1834, Pennsylvania State University Dickinson Law is a public, law education institution located in Carlisle. Penn State Dickinson Law offers programs awarding JD degrees and LLM degrees, which require students to earn 88 credits and 24 credits respectively. Students take part in experiential learning from the beginning of their time at Dickinson Law, with real client interviews, challenging simulations, internships, moot court competitions, and the Semester in Practice Program. The college’s incoming classes are limited to no more than 100 students, leading to intimate courses and one-on-one assistance from faculty.


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  • Not for Profit
  • Coed
Level of Institution 4 Year
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  • Online Classes
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  • Study Abroad
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City: Small
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6 years after graduation
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