The loyalty of Penn State’s alumni to their school and its community seems to have resulted in an increase in legal work for attorneys from across Pennsylvania.

Between the legal work coming out of Pennsylvania State University, particularly in the technology and intellectual property arena, and the growing population of retiring alumni returning to the area, State College, Pa., and Centre County as a whole have become a fertile market for out-of-town law firms.

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