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Suck it Up and Take Trial Advocacy

by Joshua Auriemma February 8, 2010 Advice

I know, at least at my law school, students are afraid of trial advocacy.  Maybe they’ve heard that it’s a ton of work, or maybe they’re just reluctant to speak in public in front of other attorneys, judges, and their classmates. The fact of the matter is that even if you’re not planning on litigating, […]

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Future You Will Be Smarter than Present You

by Laura Bergus November 19, 2009 Podcasts

Fair use, smartphones, and whether or not you can break the BigLaw hierarchy.

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Symposium: Building the Civilization of Arbitration

by Joshua Auriemma April 22, 2009 Uncategorized

PENN STATE LAW REVIEW Press Release: The Penn State Law Review is proud to announce the upcoming publication of its Symposium:  Building the Civilization of Arbitration.  The Law Review welcomes to its pages a lineup of distinguished arbitration law scholars and practitioners. The symposium investigates a wide variety of cutting-edge arbitration topics, ranging from recent […]

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1L Mock Trial Discussion Topic

by Joshua Auriemma March 14, 2009 Law School

This thread is for discussion about the 1L Mock Trial about to take place at the Penn State Dickinson School of Law. By this point, you should have received a copy of Prof Gildin’s talk in your ANGEL account.  If that’s not the case and you’d like a copy, please let me know by email. […]

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Ruckus Service Ends Unexpectedly

by Mr. X February 15, 2009 News

Ruckus, the free online music sharing service that PSU has offered since 2007, abruptly went offline recently without telling anyone.

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Legeeke Discussion: #3 1L Mock Trial

by Joshua Auriemma February 2, 2009 Legeeke

This thread is for the discussion of the Legeeke Comic #3 1L Mock Trial. At Penn State, we have an annual 1L Mock Trial.  Oftentimes, the 1Ls are not made aware of the competition until two weeks prior to the actual event; this results in them having to “learn” evidence in a ridiculously short period […]

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Election Commentary

by Mr. X November 4, 2008 Life

So I volunteered this morning as an affiliated but non-partisan Election Observer.  I spent most of the time answering questions from students about id requirements, which line they should be in, and address change issues.  Overall, I’m very excited by the high turnout of PSU students, and that they were willing to stand in line […]

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