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June 19, 2014


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LOL at "patina of the Penn State name"--you kidding me?


Igor, there's no reason to be rude. Filler is local to the PA law school goings-ons and perhaps the Penn State name has "an appearance or aura that is derived from association, habit, or established character." - Merriam-Webster


Split seems like a pretty desperate measure to stave off ruin in this market. Widener Harrisburg is already on the ropes. With a third law school in the central PA market, expect administrations to invoke exigency clauses in tenure agreements to let go of faculty.



Penn State is a top ten public university, the definitely have a good name brand. Obviously their law school has a ways to go before they'll be on par with the rest of the programs.

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