MLG’s Law Clerk, Kevin Schrop, Makes Prestigious Law Review at Penn State

Posted: July 7, 2016

At MLG, we pride ourselves on having a quality staff comprised of hard working, tenacious individuals who work towards achieving justice for our clients.

We are pleased to announce that MLG’s law clerk, Kevin Schrop, made the prestigious Law Review at Penn State University Dickinson Law School, State College.

Kevin is a native of Park Ridge. Prior to attending law school. Kevin was a history teacher at Guerin College Preparatory High School in River Grove, where he helped coach their award winning mock trial team.

“Kevin is a bright, ambitious, and diligent lawyer-in-the making,” said Erin Calandriello, MLG associate. “He is easy to work with, can write very well, and is passionate about the law. It comes as no surprise that he made law review, which is no easy feat.”
The Penn State Law Review (PSLR) is a student-run journal that publishes four times a year and serves the legal community by presenting analysis and commentary on relevant topics.

Founded in 1897 as The Forum and published until 2003 as The Dickinson Law Review, PSLR is one of the oldest legal journals in the nation. PSLR is held in high esteem by the legal community and is the flagship publication of the Penn State Dickinson School of Law.

PSLR is ranked among the top 6.5 percent of all legal journals throughout the country and competes with other top publications for submissions. Its articles and student-written comments are regularly cited in court opinions, legal journals, treatises, and casebooks.

PSLR is composed of an editorial board, senior editors (third-year students), and associate editors (second-year students), with membership limited to 15 percent of each class. PSLR selects its members based upon first-year academic performance and an annual intra-journal writing competition that commences after spring semester grades are released.
Congratulations Kevin!