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James W. Stoudt Memorial Scholarship

Apply by December 3, 2020

The James W. Stoudt Memorial Law School Scholarship Fund currently provides three, $3,000 scholarships, two of which are specifically designated to support minority law students.

In memory of Jim’s contributions to the Foundation and to the Bar community as a whole, and with the support of Jim’s family, we created the James W. Stoudt Memorial Law School Scholarship Fund of the Pennsylvania Bar Foundation. Supported by the proceeds of “Foundation of Treasures,” the Foundation’s annual silent auction, the James W. Stoudt Memorial Law School Scholarship Fund currently provides three, $3,000 scholarships, two of which are specifically designated to support minority law students.

Learn More

05.26

CSO Creating Résumé Books for 1Ls, AJDs and 2Ls Seeking Summer Employment

The CSO is creating resume books to be sent to employers, particularly alumni who have identified remote work opportunities.

Are you a 2L/1L/AJD  who is still (or newly) seeking a job for Summer 2020? Please add your resume to the Opt-In Resume Book on Symplicity AND THEN CONTACT THE CSO ASAP! We can't help you if we don't know you are looking.

By submitting your resume, you agree to have your resume circulated to faculty, alumni, and other employers for remote summer projects. These projects may be eligible for federal work/study funding, paid, unpaid, or eligible for pro bono. To determine if you qualify for federal work/study funding, please email lawfinance@drexel.edu ASAP. Our mission is to identify students who are seeking a summer 2020 work experience. Priority will be given to students who have no work experience. 

Here's how to submit your resume: Log in to Symplicity > documents > my documents, select the “opt-in” resume book for “Seeking Summer 2020” & click “add resume.” Easy peasy!

As always, the CSO advisors are happy to review your resume. Send your resume to dgerson@drexel.edu

05.17

New Jersey July Bar Exam Rescheduled

The New Jersey July Bar examination will be administered on September 9 and 10. Registration is now open.

The New Jersey Supreme Court and the Board of Bar Examiners recently announced that, due to the ongoing public health emergency arising from the COVID-19 pandemic, the New Jersey July Bar examination will be administered in Fall 2020, specifically, on September 9 and 10. Accordingly, registration for the Fall 2020 bar examination is now open. 

If New Jersey is not an option, there are more than 30 other UBE jurisdictions. However, be sure to confirm with that jurisdiction that you can transfer your score to New York BEFORE applying.  Also, the application deadlines vary by jurisdiction. It is your responsibility to confirm that you can still register.

05.5

New York Bar Exam: September Exam Open to In-state Law Students Only

The NY Board of Law Examiners announced that only in-state law students will be permitted to apply to sit the September exam during an initial application period of May 5-15, 2020.

On April 30, 2020, the NY Board of Law Examiners (NYBOLE) announced that only in-state law students will be permitted to apply to sit the September exam during an initial application period of May 5-15, 2020. After May 15, NYBOLE will reassess available seating “to a larger pool of candidates.” 

However, the extent of NYBOLE’s capacity to accommodate further candidates is currently unknown, and it has not been announced whether a subsequent larger pool of candidates, if considered, will be subject to further prioritization criteria. 

Note: Those seeking admission in NEW YORK by UBE transfer will still have to satisfy all other NY requirements, including but not limited to the MPRE, Pro Bono Requirement, New York Law Course and New York Law Exam. Information on how to transfer a UBE score into NY is available here.

Due to limited seating capacity, the NYBOLE is “strongly encouraging” out-of-state candidates to consider sitting for the UBE at a later date or in other jurisdictions.

05.5

Lavender Law® Conference and Career Fair

The National LGBT Bar Association is offering students a one-year, free membership if they register before May 15—and that membership will give you complimentary registration to Lavender Law®!

Are you LGBTQ+ or an ally? The National LGBT Bar Association is hosting its annual Lavender Law® Conference and Career Fair in Washington, DC this summer, August 12-14. With more than1700 annual attendees, it is the largest LGBTQ+ legal conference in the country—and as a student, you’re eligible to attend for free!

This year the conference will host more than 60 programs including concurrent workshops, general attendance sessions, and specialty panels. Additionally, top law firms from across the country will be recruiting students on Friday at the Career Fair. Here are just a few of the firms that will be attending:

  • Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP 
  • Covington & Burling LLP 
  • Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP 
  • Federal Trade Commission
  • Fish & Richardson 
  • Fox Rothschild LLP 
  • Hogan Lovells US LLP 
  • Kirkland & Ellis LLP 
  • Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP 
  • Ropes & Gray LLP 
  • Seyfarth Shaw LLP 
  • The Legal Aid Society - New York City

The National LGBT Bar Association is currently offering students a one-year, free membership if they contact maddie@lgbtbar.org before May 15—and that membership will give you complimentary registration to Lavender Law®!

05.4

Free Supplemental Bar Prep Course Offered Online

Deadline: May 4, 2020

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Bar EXCEL course has moved online. The content can be found under TWEN and Zoom will be used for individual conferences.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Bar EXCEL course has moved online. The content can be found under TWEN and Zoom will be used for individual conferences.   

You're encouraged to register for the free course offered via TWEN as a supplement to any bar preparation program you may have purchased.

The deadline to register for this course is Monday, May 4.

05.4

Pennsylvania Bar Exam Rescheduled

The Pennsylvania Board of Law Examiners has postponed the July 2020 bar exam until September 9 and 10, and the Pennsylvania Supreme Court has approved a limited license for July 2020 bar exam applicants. 

The Pennsylvania Board of Law Examiners has postponed the July 2020 bar exam until September 9 and 10, and the Pennsylvania Supreme Court has approved a limited license for July 2020 bar exam applicants. 

05.4

LawMeets® 2020 M&A Boot Camp

Register by May 15, 2020

Kline School of Law students are invited to participate in the LawMeets® 2020 M&A Boot Camp.

Kline School of Law students are invited to participate in the LawMeets® 2020 M&A Boot Camp. Registration is open until May 15. However, students are encouraged to sign up as soon as possible so that they don’t miss out on a spot.

What is the LawMeets® 2020 M&A Boot Camp?

The Boot Camp is an online program to teach deal skills to law students. Students work in teams to draft, mark-up and negotiate an acquisition agreement. In the simulation, they interact with clients, senior lawyers and opposing teams via video conference, email and telephone.

Learn More and Register

Questions? Please email Professor Karl Okamoto at Contact@lawmeets.com.

05.4

Download The Vault Guide to Navigating Your Legal Career in the Time of Coronavirus

The Vault Guide to Navigating Your Legal Career in the Time of Coronavirus contains information about interviewing and networking remotely, as well as job search tips.

The Vault Guide to Navigating Your Legal Career in the Time of Coronavirus, which is available here and in the Symplicity Document Library, contains information about interviewing and networking remotely, as well as job search tips.

04.20

Faculty: Do You Have a Book Coming Out This Year?

Please reach out to lawcomm@drexel.edu with publication information about your upcoming book so that we can plan internal publicity. Please reach out to lawcomm@drexel.edu with publication information about your upcoming book so that we can plan internal publicity.

04.20

Pennsylvania Board of Law Examiners (PA BOLE) April 8, 2020 Update

For July 2020, the Board will not charge late fees. Registration for the July exam is open, and the PA BOLE intends to adhere to their registration schedule. The final deadline is May 30, 2020.

For July 2020, the Board will not charge late fees. Registration for the July exam is open, and the PA BOLE intends to adhere to their registration schedule. The final deadline is May 30, 2020.

Note: Applicants are reminded that character and fitness documentation, including fingerprinting for the purpose of our office getting criminal history records, is not due before the bar exam.

04.20

Additional Courses Added to Summer

Due to student demand, we have added two new courses to Summer: Conflict of Laws and an additional section of Contract Drafting.

Due to student demand, we have added two new courses to Summer:

  • Conflict of Laws with Dean Oates. Conflict of Laws will meet synchronously online on Tuesday evenings, 6-8:30 p.m. EDT. It is available for registration now, CRN 40609.
  • An additional section of Contract Drafting with Professor Dilgard-Clark. This second section of Contract Drafting will meet 12-1 p.m. EDT on Mondays. Once this is scheduled, we will contact students on the existing waitlist first and then open it to registration.

04.20

Remote Exams Training: Recording Link

The video walks students through finding and understanding the exam schedule and exam IDs, downloading the software, finding the exam questions, understanding the timer and submitting their answer.

A session last week walked students through finding and understanding the exam schedule and exam IDs, downloading the software, finding the exam questions, understanding the timer, and submitting their answer.

Watch the Recording

04.20

Law Student Emergency Fund

This fund is intended to support students who need immediate financial assistance due to emergency expenses.

AccessLex Institute LogoWe are aware that some students have incurred significant unforeseeable costs as a result of the COVID-19 crisis and are experiencing challenges that include loss of income from jobs to fulfill their basic needs, finding access to resources for online learning and, in some cases, the need to find alternate housing. 

Thanks to the generous donations of Kline School of Law constituents and a grant from AccessLex the Kline School of Law established the Law Student Emergency Fund (LSEF). This fund is intended to support students who need immediate financial assistance due to emergency expenses. The LSEF is designed to provide one-time funding for temporary hardships. Our goal is to help students during an emergent time of need to continue their education at the Kline School of Law and make progress towards a degree. 

Funding is limited to a one-time grant of up to $500 per student, which will be made payable directly to the student. Students must be enrolled in Direct Deposit. Money received from the LSEF does not have to be repaid by the student.

To review additional details and apply for the LSEF, go to the Law Student Emergency Fund page.

04.20

Moot Court Board Releases Timeline for Internal Competition

For students interested in competing in this year’s tryout to join the Moot Court Board, here is the timeline of this year’s internal competition.

For students interested in competing in this year’s tryout to join the Moot Court Board, here is the timeline of this year’s internal competition:

Firstly, students must request an anonymous Moot Court ID from Arianna Moriniere-Wilson. To do so, students must email Arianna.n.Moriniere-Wilson@drexel.edu with their name, email, phone number, and rising class (AJDs are rising 3Ls). The deadline to receive an anonymous ID is May 15, 2020 at 5 p.m.

On May 21, the Moot Court Board will release the problem for this year’s competition. Materials for this year’s competition will include a fact pattern, a batch of sources, and a shell brief. The shell brief will include a cover page, the question(s) presented, and a statement of the facts. Competitors will only be required to write the summary of the argument and the argument sections. Like in year’s past, this year’s competition will be a CLOSED UNIVERSE. That is, the Moot Court Board will be providing the competitors with the legal materials that they will be relying on for the competition. The problem will be released on the “2020 Moot Court Internal Competition” TWEN page.

Shortly after the problem’s release, Veronica Finkelstein will host a presentation that is tailored to this year’s problem. She will give a brief overview of the relevant law, discuss brief writing tips, and provide advice on preparing for oral argument. Additional details regarding this presentation will be provided closer to the release date of this year’s problem.

Briefs will be due on June 28, 2020 at 5 p.m. Competitors will submit their briefs, using their anonymous ID, on the 2020 Moot Court Internal Competition TWEN page.

On July 3, 2020, competitors’ briefs will be posted. These briefs will be posted to help competitors prepare for oral argument.

On July 18-19, 2020, the preliminary round of oral arguments will be held at the law school building. At the preliminary round, students perform oral argument twice, once “on-brief” and once “off brief.” That is, students will be expected to argue for the side for which they wrote the brief, and against it as well.

The quarterfinal, semifinal and final rounds of oral argument for the internal competition will be held during the orientation week for the Class of 2023.

Lastly, if you have any additional questions before the problem is released, please feel free to contact any member of the Executive Board. However, if you have any questions after the problem is released, please direct those questions directly to Member Liaison, Maria Isabella Cazacu (mic33@drexel.edu). To preserve anonymity, she will serve as the point of contact between competitors and the Executive Board.

04.20

Download NALP’s Updated JD Advantage Guide

An updated JD Advantage Guide (NALP) is now available in the Symplicity Document Library and in this post.

An updated JD Advantage Guide (NALP) is now posted in the Symplicity Document Library and is included here. If you are interested in compliance, cybersecurity, privacy, government regulatory, legal operations, or other in-demand practice areas where a law degree is considered a plus, check out this updated guide. The CSO can advise students regarding career paths, alumni, faculty and others who can serve as resources in your career exploration.  

04.20

New Jersey July 2020 Bar Examination Postponed Until Fall 2020

The Supreme Court and the Board of Bar Examiners announced that the New Jersey bar examination will not be administered on July 28 and July 29, 2020 as previously scheduled. The bar examination has been postponed until the Fall.

The Supreme Court and the Board of Bar Examiners announced on April 6 that, due to the ongoing public health emergency arising from the COVID-19 pandemic, the New Jersey bar examination will not be administered on July 28 and July 29, 2020 as previously scheduled. The bar examination has been postponed until the Fall.

If you already submitted your complete July 2020 bar examination application, you do not need to take any further action. If you already began your application for the July 2020 examination, you may continue completing your application. The NJ BOLE will be updating their website to notify you regarding extended deadlines.

The Board of Bar Examiners, in consultation with the Supreme Court, will continue to closely monitor public health and safety guidelines, including prohibitions against large gatherings, related to the COVID-19 pandemic. In the event that limitations on large gatherings continue to interfere with a Fall administration of the New Jersey bar examination, alternative means for testing of applicants for New Jersey bar admission will be devised and announced.

For more information, contact Professor Yolanda Ingram.

04.13

Drexel Law Review Publishes Volume 12, Issue 2

The issue includes Articles on revolutionizing legal education and patient-physician relationships, along with student Notes on immigration and assault weapons.

Drexel Law Review Volume 12, Issue 2 is here. It includes Articles on revolutionizing legal education and patient-physician relationships, very relevant in today’s climate. It also includes student Notes from Meagan Kelly, Rebecca S. Swaintek and Kirsten R. Lewis. The student Notes focus on immigration and assault weapons. Follow the link to read the interesting pieces our students worked very hard to publish.

Read Drexel Law Review

04.13

Class of 2022 and Class of 2021 Summer Survey

Deadline: April 15, 2020

The Career Strategies Office, Pro Bono, Co-op, and faculty are all working hard to present options for Summer 2020. In order to understand the needs of students, we ask that you complete a very short survey that will help us help you.

Please check your email for a short Summer 2020 Survey. Responses are due by Wednesday, April 15 at 12 p.m. The Career Strategies Office, Pro Bono, Co-op, and faculty are all working hard to present options for Summer 2020. In order to understand the needs of students, we ask that you complete a very short survey that will help us help you.

04.13

Andy and Gwen Stern Community Lawyering Clinic Seeks Summer Volunteers

Deadline: April 30, 2020

Earn up to 50 pro bono hours volunteering with the Stern CLC this summer. Students will work on a variety of legal issues such as employment discrimination, housing, property ownership, and postconviction matters.

The Andy and Gwen Stern Community Lawyering Clinic (Stern CLC), which is directed by Professor Rachel López, is seeking students to volunteer at the Clinic this Summer (2020). The students will be working with the Clinic’s Staff Attorney, Rodlena Sales to offer legal services to the West Philadelphia community and can use their volunteer hours toward their pro bono service requirements. Students can earn a maximum of 50 pro bono hours. 

The students will engage in community outreach and provide legal assistance and advice to individuals from the communities around Drexel’s campus. The students will work on a variety of legal issues such as employment discrimination, housing (i.e. eviction), property ownership (i.e. tangled titles, property taxes), and postconviction matters. In addition, the students will have the opportunity to work with community organizations on zoning issues. 

The Stern CLC is housed in the Dornsife Center for Neighborhood Partnerships, which is situated at the border of Mantua and Powelton Village, two neighborhoods that are in close proximity to the Law School and University’s campus.  

If you are interested in volunteering with the Stern CLC this summer, please send a Statement of Interest and copy of your resume to Rashida West (rtw27@drexel.edu) and Rodlena Sales (ris27@drexel.edu). Please submit all materials by Thursday, April 30, 2020.

04.13

Drexel Counseling Center Offers Services Online

Drexel University’s Counseling Center offers online services, including teletherapy and peer support.

Teletherapy Sessions

The Counseling Center is offering Teletherapy services via HIPAA-compliant Zoom (video chat) with an emphasis on addressing a student’s immediate concerns, problem-solving, and symptom management. In cases where a student may not be able to connect via Zoom, telephone sessions will be offered as an alternative. While there are some limitations for students who are currently residing outside of Pennsylvania or New Jersey, any student can connect with a therapist and discuss how we can best support you.

Coping Skills, Mental Health Modules, and More

Visit our website for informational materials to help guide you in coping with some of the mental health challenges that you may be experiencing due to COVID-19, as well as general mental health issues. We will continue adding these materials to our website for students to access on an on-going basis, so keep checking in.

Helpful Online Resources

We have compiled a list of online resources that we think could be helpful for students in maintaining good mental health while staying at home. You can find this list on our website and we will be updating it periodically. This list includes many free online resources as well as Drexel resources that are now available remotely.

Coming Soon: Virtual Groups

Over the Spring Quarter the Counseling Center will be offering virtual groups via Zoom for students to connect, share, and get support with therapist facilitation. While these groups are not equal to mental health treatment, we hope that they will provide an opportunity for students to feel connected and supported during a difficult time. Check out our website or reach out for more information.

Peer Support

We know that life gets hard, and sometimes you can feel that you're not being heard by those around you. That is why the Office of Counseling and Health Services has brought 7 Cups to Drexel. 7 Cups is an online service that connects its users with caring listeners who help provide emotional support for non-crisis issues, along with other functions such as guides on maintaining mental wellness. Visit drexel.edu/7cups.

Crisis Support

Any Drexel student that is experiencing a mental health crisis outside of regular office hours can reach out to our emergency on-call counselor at 215.416.3337. Reach outt to counseling@drexel.edu.

*The Counseling Center will continue to assess and reassess our student’s mental health needs during these unique circumstances and adapt our services to meet those needs in any way we can. We thank you for your flexibility while we make these adjustments to our services.

04.13

Looking for a Summer Job? CSO Is Here to Help

The CSO is collecting resumes from students who are still (or newly) seeking opportunities for Summer 2020.

Are you a 1L or 2L who is seeking a job for Summer 2020? The CSO wants to hear from you. We are collecting resumes from students who are still (or newly) seeking opportunities for Summer 2020. Log in to Symplicity, go to documents, my documents, select the “opt-in” resume book for your class level and click “add resume.” Easy peasy!

04.6

Video: Watch Recording of State Clerkships Panel

Interested students should add their resume to the “opt-in” books on Symplicity as well to ensure CSO will include your resume in employer outreach.

State clerkships are an excellent way to launch your legal career.

Gain insight into the day to day work of clerking, pick up practical application tips and learn about the timeline for a successful clerkship search. Most legal employers are looking for candidates with 1-2 years of experience—they love hiring clerks. 

  • 2Ls: Some judges (NJ in particular) hire early in the spring and summer which allows you to go into 3L year with a job in place. 
  • 3Ls: There are still clerkship opportunities for the 2020-2021 term.

Interested students should add their resume to the “opt-in” books on Symplicity as well to ensure CSO will include your resume in employer outreach. 

Listen to CSO’s recorded program with KSoL alumni.

04.6

Class of 2020: Complete Your At-Graduation Survey in Symplicity

At-Graduation Surveys are now open on Symplicity. This data is vital to our ABA employment reporting and impacts our U.S. News ranking.

Reminder to our 3Ls/Class of 2020: At-Graduation Surveys are now open on Symplicity. This data is vital to our ABA employment reporting and impacts our U.S. News ranking. 

To access the survey:

  1. Log in to Symplicity
  2. On the right side of your homepage, scroll to “Short Cuts” and click on “Graduate Survey”
  3. Complete Graduate Survey (only takes a few minutes)
  4. Schedule a short remote appointment with a CSO advisor to have the survey reviewed and approved

If you are still seeking full-time employment following graduation, we are here to help you.

04.6

1Ls: Apply to be a Law School Ambassador

Deadline: Sunday, April 12

Ambassadors will work with the Admissions Office throughout the academic year to help recruit and yield an engaged, talented and diverse student body.

The Admissions Office is looking to hire a new cohort of Law School Ambassadors.

The purpose of the Law School Ambassador (LSA) program is to extend and strengthen the Kline School of Law’s reach via the efforts of knowledgeable law students through both on- and off-campus events. Ambassadors will work with the Admissions Office throughout the academic year to help recruit and yield an engaged, talented and diverse student body.

Roles & Expectations

Time Commitment

  • 2L Year: One hour/week during the school year with events (some weekends) in the Spring
  • 3L Year: Remote work during the week with events (some weekends) in the Spring

Duties

  • On-campus
    • Daily Tours
    • Information Sessions/Webinars
    • Prospect Open House
    • Admitted Students Days (ASD)
    • Receptions
    • Summer Yield Events (Anti-melt)
    • Pre-Law Diversity Day
  • Off-campus
    • Recruitment Fairs
    • Dinner with the Deans
    • Receptions
    • Summer Yield Events

Professionalism

As an LSA, you will be representing the law school to prospective law students and the outside community. The ambassadors are expected to show professionalism both inside and outside of the law school. As a paid employee, you are expected to be on-time.

Training

Each 1L will be assigned a 2L mentor who will help train you.

Compensation

LSAs are awarded a $2,000 stipend per academic year. Must complete assigned duties and remain in Good Academic Standing.

Application Process

To apply, please submit your completed application to emm424@drexel.edu. Please also include the following:

  • Cover letter
  • Resume
    • Legal is fine to submit

Download Application

Applications are due by 5 p.m., Sunday, April 12. 

Interviews will be held April 14 - 20 via Zoom. You will be notified via email if you are selected for an interview.

Please reach out to Eleanora Moffatt at emm424@drexel.edu with any questions, comments or concerns.

04.6

DiveIN: Kline Community Climate Survey 2020

The DiveIN Committee is charged with gaining a better understanding of how successful KSoL has been thus far in meeting our aspirations to ensure the welcoming and inclusive community we all desire. Please share your feedback by completing the DiveIN Climate Survey.

The DiveIN Committee is charged with gaining a better understanding of how successful KSoL has been thus far in meeting our aspirations to ensure the welcoming and inclusive community we all desire. Please share your feedback by completing the DiveIN Climate Survey.

Go to Survey

04.5

Impact of COVID-19 on Bar Exam Administration

The impact the ongoing COVID-19 crisis will have on the July 2020 bar exam is not certain at this time (March 30, 2020).

You may have seen the ABA Journal article raising the issue of whether the July exam will go forward as planned and are aware New York has delayed their administration to the fall. 

The impact the ongoing COVID-19 crisis will have on the July 2020 bar exam is not certain at this time. In Pennsylvania registration is open, and the PA board of law examiners are able to accept applications paid electronically through remote access. The PA BOLE intends to keep that registration in place. However, please note that in Pennsylvania, fingerprinting is an admission requirement; it is not an item that must be completed before the bar exam.

Reminder: In Pennsylvania, there is no deadline for the submission of documentation for the character and fitness review process. To get a ticket to the exam, applicants in your JD program must submit an online application and pay the associated fee.     

The PA Board of Law Examiners Executive Director is in close contact with the National Conference of Bar Examiners and other jurisdictions. They are exploring all available options in the event prohibitions against large gatherings remain in effect in July.

For more information, contact Professor Yolanda Ingram at ydi24@drexel.edu.

03.30

COVID-19 ‘Be Well’ Starter Kit

This repository was created for our community to gather and share ideas for ways to ‘Be Well’ during our time of physical distancing. Feel free to peruse and make an addition or two.

This repository was created for our community to gather and share ideas for ways to ‘Be Well’ during our time of physical distancing. Feel free to peruse and make an addition or two.

‘Be Well’ Starter Kit

03.30

Mindfulness with Professor Cimino

Professor Chapin Cimino will host online meditation weekly via Zoom.

Professor Chapin Cimino will host online meditation weekly via Zoom.

  • Meditation drop-ins on Wednesdays, from 12 to 12:15 p.m.
  • Intro to Mindfulness on Fridays, from 12 to 12:30 p.m.

03.30

Law Review: Retrieving Your Anonymous ID

Starting March 23, students interested in participating in the law review write-on process can retrieve their anonymous I.D. number.

This is a reminder for everyone interested in participating in the Law Review write on process to act this week! You can only retrieve your anonymous I.D. number until April 3. If you haven’t already, contact Ari Moriniere-Wilson at anm65@drexel.edu who will provide your number. Please include in your email your first and last name, email, phone number and anticipated month and year of graduation (May 2021 or May 2022).

Anonymous I.D.s are available from March 23 to April 3 ONLY.

Also, be on the lookout for more information about the write on process. You should receive an email in the coming week providing you with details. If you haven’t already, go join the law review TWEN page – “Law Review Write-On Competition 2020.” There is already some great information posted there.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to Nathan Orians (nno24@drexel.edu).

03.23