Faculty Bio: Harry M. Baturin, JD, LL.M., I.LL.M.

Harry M. Baturin, JD, LL.M., I.LL.M.



  • Foundations in Law
  • Principles of Legal Research
  • Legal Research and Writing I & II
  • Criminal Procedure
  • Historical Perspectives of the Constitution
  • Contracts
  • Evidence
  • Torts
  • Administrative Law
  • Criminal Law
  • Legal Seminar
  • Civil Litigation I & II
  • Legal Communications
  • Advanced Legal Research and Writing
  • Internship/Capstone Course

Teaching Philosophy

Teaching is a science, a craft, an art and a profession, all intertwined. I try to approach each Class anew, keeping the subject matter alive, fresh and thrilling, or, at the vey least, engaging, while, making sure to focus on delivering the content of each course in a direct and sincere way, both helpful and understandable. Whether highly practical or more theoretical, I incorporate real life scenarios with a sprinkling of legal history and policy mixed in, and I strive to teach my Courses in a manner whereby the student, you, will retain the essential points, the "takeaways" long after the Class closes. There is a good bit of work in my Courses, but I provide time for contemplation, time for the work, remain flexible and I am always accessible. In short, simply bring a positive attitude, focus, along with your ideas and experiences and an high level of engagement and you will fit right in!


Professor Harry M. Baturin, JD, LL.M., I.LL.M., graduated from the University of Pittsburgh, Summa Cum Laude and the University of Pittsburgh Law School. Professor Baturin then earned two Masters of Laws Degrees from The Georgetown University Law Center (Georgetown Law School). A full time Legal Studies Professor at Central Penn College and Advisor to the Legal Studies Society, Professor Baturin has taught for nearly ten (10) years at Georgetown University, in the Georgetown University Summer School and in the Georgetown University Summer and Special Programs, at York College in their Master of Business (MBA) Program, at the Penn State Dickinson School of Law as a Guest Lecturer and at Delaware Valley University in their Master of Business (MBA) Programs and in their Master of Public Policy (MPP) , where he headed up the Non-profit Organizations Center. Additionally, Professor Baturin worked for the Philadelphia City Legal Office during Law School, has engaged in the practice of law for nearly twenty five (25) years, in non-profit organizations, business law and wills/estates, etc. and has been published in several Law and Policy Journals. Professor Baturin also serves as a Trustee/Board member of several Non-profit Organizations. In his free time, he coaches youth sports and plays music and sports and spends time with his Wife, Rachael, and two (2) children, Michael, a Sophomore at Johns Hopkins University, and Alex, a Junior at Camp Hill High School, along with family and friends.


  • The Georgetown University Law Center (Georgetown Law School) (I.LL.M.), Washington, DC, Masters of Laws
  • The Georgetown University Law Center (Georgetown Law School) (LL.M.), Washington, DC, Masters of lLaws
  • The University of Pittsburgh Law School (JD), Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, Juris Doctor
  • The University of Pittsburgh (BA), Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, Bachelor of Arts


  • Licensed by the D.C. Bar to practice Law in the District of Columbia
  • Licensed by the Pennsylvania Bar to practice Law in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
  • Blackboard/Canvas Teaching
  • Certified Red Cross
  • CPR Certified

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