Dickinson School of Law Offers Experiential Learning
February 9, 2016 § Leave a comment
Colonel Sherb Sentell III divides his time between serving the United States Army Reserve, serving as the Minden-Ward I City Judge, and practicing law at the Sentell Law Firm LLC. Possessing more than a decade of experience in criminal law, Colonel Sherb Sentell III has shared his knowledge with students at Penn State University’s Dickinson School of Law as a guest lecturer.
Established in 1834, the Dickinson School of Law merged with Penn State University in 1997. The school has since been listed among the top 200 American Bar Association (ABA) accredited law schools by US News & World Report. Dickinson School of Law focuses on experiential learning and offers programs that help students practice litigation skills through in-house clinics and internships.
Moot court competitions are also available to test writing, advocacy, and problem solving skills. Students have opportunities to showcase their knowledge in a range of law areas, including environmental and criminal. The program helps students prepare for both domestic and international cases.
To learn more about the school and its programs, visit www.dickinsonlaw.psu.edu.