Dean of Students
B.S. University of Northern Colorado
J.D. Temple University Beasley School of Law
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Phone: 717.541.3952 Keith Sealing is currently serving as the Dean of Students for Widener’s Harrisburg campus. Dean Sealing joined Widener in July 2009.
Dean Sealing was a member of the Temple Law Quarterly at Temple University Beasley School of Law and graduated magna cum laude. He began his legal career in the Philadelphia office of Morgan, Lewis & Bockius and later worked for Baker & McKenzie in their Washington, D.C. office.
Dean Sealing is a member of the Board of Directors of the Association of American Law Schools Section on Balance in Legal Education, fosters innovative teaching and administrative methods designed to help law students maintain a balanced lifestyle as students and as practicing attorneys. He has also served on the AALS Property Law Committee and the ABA Section of Legal Education and Admission to the Bar, Adjunct Faculty Committee.
Dean Sealing taught Federal Income Tax during the Fall 2013 semester, and in the Spring 2014 semester he taught Conflicts. Selected Recent PublicationsArticles
- “Waiting on the World to Change: Humanizing Legal Education by Addressing the Challenges of the Millennial Generation” (current work in progress).
- Attack of the Balloon People: How America’s Food Culture and Agricultural Policy Threaten the Food Security of the Poor, Farmers and the Indigenous Peoples of the World, 40-4 Vand. J. Transnat’l L. 1015 (2007).
- Indigenous Peoples, Indigenous Farmers: NAFTA’s Threat to Mexican Teosinte Farmers and What Can be Done About It?, 18 American U. Int’l. L. Rev. 101 (2003).
- “State Sponsors of Terrorism” is a Question not an Answer: the Terrorism Amendment to the FSIA Makes Less Sense Now Than It Did Before 9/11, 38 Tex. Int’l. L. J. 121 (2003) (Invited contribution to the Journal’s Symposium Issue on International Litigation).
- Dear Landlord, Please Don’t Put a Price on My Soul: Teaching Property Law Students That “Property Rights Serve Human Values,” 5 N.Y.L. Sch. L. Rev. 35 (2002).
- Peligro!: Failure to Warn of a Product’s Inherent Risk in Spanish Should Constitute a Product Defect, 11 Temp. Pol. & Civ. Rts. L. Rev. 101 (2001).
- Polygamists Out of the Closet: Statutory Prohibitions Against Polygamy are Unconstitutional Under the Free Exercise Clause as Currently Interpreted, 14 Ga. St. U. L. Rev. 691 (2001).
- Blood Will Tell: Scientific Racism and the Legal Prohibition Against Miscegenation, 5-2 Mich. J. of Race & The Law 539 (2000).
- State Sponsors of Terrorism are Entitled to Due Process Too: The Amended Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act is Unconstitutional, 15-2 American U. Int’l. L. Rev. 395 (2000).
- The Myth of a Color-blind Constitution, 54 Wash. U. J. Urb. & Contemp. L. 157 (1998).