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Diehl Center for Law School Preparation

The center is named for Craig A. Diehl, Esquire, CPA ‘82, who graduated magna cum laude with an accounting degree from BU in 1982. He later worked with Price Waterhouse in Baltimore for several years before obtaining his Juris Doctor in 1988 from the Dickinson School of Law. In 1990, Diehl opened his law practice specializing in tax law and preparation, bankruptcy, real estate, estate administration and planning, corporate law, contracts, and civil litigation.

Diehl is a member of the American Bankruptcy Institute, Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants, and the Pennsylvania Bar Association.

Mission and Features

  • To provide information and assistance to students about careers in law, the law school experience and how to prepare for it, and the application process.
  • Experiential programs.
  • A speaker series, law school recruiting events, trips to law schools.
  • Informational events about applying to law school.
  • Is open to all majors.

Facts and figures

Over the last five years (not counting 2018-19), an average of 15 BU students have gone on to law school after graduation.

Craig A. Diehl, Esquire, CPA ‘82

Center Director
Loren Selznick, JD
Sutliff Hall Room 359


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