Professor of law J.D., Stanford Law School, B.A., University of Wisconsin Город: USA, Carlisle
The Penn State Dickinson School of Law
Tel. : +1(717)240-5238
Professor Gildin is recognized as one of the nation’s leading teachers of advocacy skills and is a leader in the use of technology to assist instruction and learning. In 1999 he received the Jacobson Award presented annually to the outstanding teacher of trial advocacy. In addition to developing and teaching a nationally-recognized set of courses in advocacy, Professor Gildin has designed a course on Civil Rights Litigation, for which he has prepared a multi-disciplinary and multi-media electronic coursebook. In addition to his excellent course design and instructional work, Professor Gildin is a noted scholar in the field of religious liberty. His recent articles in the University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law and the Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy have explored ways in which religious freedom might be more extensively protected by state constitutions than by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution. As Director of the Miller Center for Public Interest Advocacy, Professor Gildin has been instrumental in providing Penn State Dickinson students with many opportunities to participate in public interest law practice, including as interns during their legal education. And Professor Gildin is not merely an excellent teacher and scholar; he serves as an officer of the American Civil Liberties Union of Pennsylvania and of its South Central Pennsylvania chapter. His work as counsel in civil liberties cases often affords our students opportunities for observation or participation in significant litigation.
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