More than 700 nominations have been whittled down to a 14-member panel, charged by Pennsylvania State University President Neeli Bendapudi to develop recommendations regarding reuniting the university’s two separately accredited law schools into a single institution.

Fourteen students, staff, faculty and alumni from Penn State Dickinson Law and Penn State Law make up the panel, which will hold its first meeting on Jan. 25, according to PSU’s Thursday announcement.

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