Penn State Law's public interest law curriculum affords students training in the substance and skills necessary to advocate the civil, political, and economic rights of individuals on a national and international scale. Students have the opportunity to provide legal representation to indigent clients in legal clinics and externships with legal services, public defender, and non-profit public interest offices. Likewise, by their own pro bono work and scholarly contributions, the Penn State Law faculty evidences the institution's commitment to equal justice for all.
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