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Brittany Mouzourakis landed a scholarship, a published article and a summer position at a nationally known law firm all in one year.
Dickinson School of Law alumnus Vance E. Antonacci ’99 has been selected by the Central Penn Business Journal for its 2013 Forty Under 40 award. The honor is given to professionals for their commitment to business growth, professional excellence, and the community.
Sad, but true: modern-day slavery still exists in the world today in the form of human trafficking. Occurring in every state of the U.S., as many as 17,500 people are trafficked to the United States each year. Working at the Human Trafficking Division of the Governor’s Office this past summer, Erika Dixon learned just how big of a problem it really is.
Kyle Peasley ‘14 has won the 2013 Trial Advocacy Scholarship awarded by the American Association for Justice (AAJ), the leading organization representing plaintiffs in the U.S. with over 50,000 members. “I’ve been working toward this since I started law school,” Peasley said describing how he founded the law school’s student chapter of the AAJ and was elected president of the organization’s executive board.
Advaxis, Inc. announced the appointment of Daniel J. O’Connor ’95 as president and chief executive officer. In assuming the role, O’Connor also becomes a member of the company’s board of directors.
Two AmeriCorps members, an accountant, and an internationally ranked Scrabble player are among the future professionals who comprise the Penn State Law Class of 2016, which gathered for the first time at Orientation this week.

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