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Peter Rogers

Attorney, Kane, Pugh, Knoell, Troy & Kramer
2010 | Norristown, PA
Virginia Tech | Biology
“MSU Law has great professors and a strong curriculum, a world-renowned name, and unique opportunities to gain real-world experience. These strengths set MSU apart from most other law schools.”
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What are your current work responsibilities? 
I am part of a litigation team focused on the representation of professionals. I specifically concentrate on the defense of attorneys and accountants in both state and federal court and before the Pennsylvania Disciplinary Board.

What are the most rewarding aspects of your job?
I enjoy working on behalf of dedicated professionals who, in most cases, have done everything in their power to serve their clients. Having the opportunity as a young lawyer to represent those I believe to be the very best of our society is a privilege that motivates me on a daily basis, and that I continually find rewarding.

Were there certain experiences at MSU Law that helped you prepare for or obtain your current position?
Above all else, the Trial Practice Institute provided me with the fundamental skills and confidence needed to hit the ground running and to be successful at a busy litigation firm. I also believe that the rigors of MSU Law's curriculum prepared me well with both critical thinking skills and a sound legal foundation.

What would you consider to be the strengths of the Law College? 
MSU Law has great professors and a strong curriculum, a world-renowned name, and unique opportunities to gain real-world experience. These strengths set MSU apart from most other law schools. Also, from my perspective, the school is underrated. Over the years to come, I am confident the school will finally receive the acclaim that it has long deserved.

Is there any additional insight you would like to share?
Come to MSU Law! Although law school is hard work, it is also a very rewarding experience, and at a place like this, what you get out is only limited by what you put in.


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