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February 25, 2019
By Kristen Mowery, Managing Editor
Michelle Paznokas, a 2017 Kline School of Law graduate, spent her time on Drexel Law Review working diligently as Notes Editor and contributing to the journal in a variety of ways.
February 22, 2019
By Professor David S. Cohen
Women have been charged with all sorts of crimes, including drug use, for their actions during pregnancy when every medical expert agrees that the best course of action is to get better and more accessible medical care. This short essay discusses this issue as well as the Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s recent decision holding that the state law governing child abuse does not apply to actions taken by pregnant women before birth.