Now I have to figured out when it closed.
Update: Haven't found anything about when it closed. It opened in 1895 and "disbanded" sometime before 1900 when the article below was published.
The Carlisle campus is just one year away now from its new grand experiment starting next summer: a new life as one of two, separately-accredited law schools operated by Penn State.Faculty here are now months into a curriculum development process that will see the once-and-future Dickinson Law pledging a core focus on "producing practice-ready lawyers for a competitive, global market."That's an intentional statement meant as a mark of distinction in a legal education field that's been criticized for years for doing a better job of teaching students how to graduate from law school than how to be a lawyer.
"Certainly, the Penn State Dickinson School of Law had no better friend than Lewis Katz. I am most struck by his concern over the success of this law school," Gildin said Monday. "There was never a conversation (with him) where he didn't say or express, 'I love my law school.'"
As a former resident partner of international law firm Morrison & Foerster in Tokyo and Hong Kong, Penn State Dickinson School of Law Dean Philip McConnaughay will return to Asia for the next stage of his career.
Peking University’s School of Transnational Law Thursday announced that McConnaughay was named dean of the school, which is located in Shenzen, China. McConnaughay is expected to take up the post Aug. 1.