Desperately Seeking a Sixth Gear
In the four years since Shabrei Parker snagged her JD, she has loaded up her resume with enough accomplishments to defy the space-time continuum.
New Partnership Offers Options for Returned Peace Corps Volunteers
In April, Drexel Law became a partner with the Paul D. Coverdell Fellows Program, providing financial assistance to returned Peace Corps volunteers.
A Tale of Two Budding Health Lawyers
In some ways, Sarah Bailey and Krystyna Dereszowska could be mistaken for psychic twins.
Each received her bachelor’s degree in English from one of Philadelphia’s most elite academic institutions. Bailey majored in English at Bryn Mawr, while Dereszowska received her English degree at the University of Pennsylvania.
Both developed a fascination with health care while deciding to forego medical school.
And both gained post-graduate experiences that led them directly to Drexel Law’s Health Law Program in 2011.
Community Lawyering Clinic Gathers Steam
On May 15, residents of neighboring Mantua and Powelton Village arrived at 3320 Market Street for an open house that aimed to begin a critical partnership between the law school and the community.