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COLIN S. DIVER, the eponymous dean of the Diver Decade, returned to Penn Law for a ceremony honoring the new holder of a professorship established in his name. Paul H. Robinson, the Colin S. Diver Distinguished Professor of Law, came to Penn Law from Northwestern University School of Law in spring 2003. Robinson, a former professor at Rutgers University, said his appointment at Penn Law felt like a homecoming. In praising the Law School, he said, “I don’t think I’ve ever been at an institution where the administration has been so supportive.” Diver said he is glad that Robinson, a nationally recognized scholar in criminal law, chose to teach at Penn Law, and is proud to have his name attached to someone of Robinson’s caliber.







 
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