The Law School’s Graduate and International Programs team focuses on ensuring that International LL.M. and S.J.D. students become a vital part of the law school community—enriching the program with their diversity of experience. Penn State Law’s integration with the School of International affairs offers students two faculties with unmatched depth in international law and policy.
Associate Dean, Graduate and International Programs
In addition to the accomplishments outlined in her faculty biography, Professor Bysiewicz advises LL.M. and S.J.D. helping match career objectives with faculty and curricular expertise. She leads the intensive summer study program for international lawyers; works to develop collaborations with academic, government, and private sector partners throughout the world; and supervises the International Criminal Justice Externship.
Director, Graduate and International Programs
Professor Sheldon also serves as an advisor to international students. She helps students develop legal English skills and teaches U.S. Constitutional Law for international students. She has also developed an online course being offered through Penn State World Campus.
Su Jin Hong
Research Scholar, Graduate and International Programs
Su Jin Hong graduated from Seoul National University in Seoul, South Korea and obtained her JD degree at The Penn State Dickinson School of Law. She is admitted to practice law in New York.
LL.M Admission & International Program Coordinator
Brenda Johnson is the first point of contact for most students and visitors interested in Penn State Law's programs for international students.