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We're @DrexelKlineLaw: New Social Media Links

We’re now @drexelklinelaw across social media platforms. If your email signature or social media bio directs people to Drexel Kline Law’s social media accounts, please update the links. Using the old links will prompt a message that the account doesn’t exist.

We’re now @drexelklinelaw across social media platforms. If your email signature or social media bio directs people to Drexel Kline Law’s social media accounts, please update the links. Using the old links will prompt a message that the account doesn’t exist.

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/school/drexel-kline-law
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drexelklinelaw/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/DrexelKlineLaw
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrexelKlineLaw

09.19

Graduating in December? Apply on DrexelOne!

Students who intend to complete all of their requirements this term should apply for their degree DrexelOne September 30. Students who intend to complete all of their requirements this term should apply for their degree DrexelOne September 30. Under the Academics tab, click "Apply for Graduation" on the right. If you have any changes to make, such as adding or removing a concentration or changing your legal name, please do so prior to applying. 

09.19

Save the Date: GIPA 2022 IP Career Showcase

October 12, 4 - 6 p.m. Eastern Time

Save the Date for the GIPA Intellectual Property Career Showcase

Save the Date for the GIPA Intellectual Property Career Showcase!

October 12, 2022
4 - 6 PM Eastern Time
Hybrid Event - Virtual attendance or In-person at
Emory University School of Law
1301 Clifton Road, Atlanta, GA 30322

This is an excellent opportunity for students (undergrad, grad, engineering, and law) to:

  • Learn about Various IP Careers
  • Network with IP Professionals
  • Participate in Two Panel Discussions with Q&A
  • Find the Right IP Career for You

Food and Drinks Served

More information to follow | Registration coming soon

The IP Career Showcase was started to educate students about various careers in intellectual property, including patents, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets, from the perspective of professionals in private practice, corporations, and universities. GIPA facilitates such education by connecting students with experienced IP professionals who not only share their knowledge and experiences in panel discussions, but several of whom build relationships with interested students through coaching and mentoring well after panel discussions have ended In this way, the IP Career Showcase can be a starting point for students to find the right IP career, as well as learn how to prepare for and be successful in that career.

 

09.19

PA Bar Association’s Environmental and Energy Law Section (EELS) Mentoring Program

The Mentoring Program of the Environmental and Energy Law Section (EELS) is committed to providing support and guidance to law students and licensed attorneys in their first four years of practice with interest in an environmental and/or energy law practice in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania through a voluntary network of members of EELS who wish to be mentors.

The Mentoring Program of the Environmental and Energy Law Section (EELS) is committed to providing support and guidance to law students and licensed attorneys in their first four years of practice with interest in an environmental and/or energy law practice in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania through a voluntary network of members of EELS who wish to be mentors. The Mentoring Program focuses on the individual needs of young and aspiring attorneys by establishing a meaningful partnership with established practitioners practicing in the area of environmental and/or energy law in the commonwealth. The Mentoring Program was created to:

  • Strengthen and diversify the pipeline of attorneys in the commonwealth practicing environmental and/or energy law;
  • Increase the network of environmental and/or energy practitioners in the commonwealth across generations, encouraging and reflecting inclusiveness within the EELS network;
  • To assist aspiring or young attorneys interested in or currently practicing environmental and/or energy law in the commonwealth to attain their professional goals and reach their full potential as future or current members of the Section.
  • To train aspiring or young attorneys interested in or currently practicing environmental and/or energy law for leadership positions within the Section.

Click here to learn more and apply

09.19

American Arbitration Association Diversity Student ADR Summit Roadmap to a Career in ADR

Deadline: October 14

As part of our ongoing commitment, the AAA is launching a 1½-day ADR Summit for diverse law students to provide an in-depth understanding of what it really takes to become a successful arbitrator and/or mediator.

The American Arbitration Association® (AAA®) is the global leader in alternative dispute resolution (ADR), and as such, is committed to the growth of diversity and inclusion within the ADR field. Since 2009, the AAA A. Leon Higginbotham, Jr. Fellows Program has provided training, networking, and mentorship for up-and-coming diverse ADR practitioners—many of whom have advanced to appointment to the AAA Roster and have been selected to serve on cases. 

THE DIVERSITY STUDENT ADR SUMMIT: As part of our ongoing commitment, the AAA is launching a 1½-day ADR Summit for diverse law students to provide an in-depth understanding of what it really takes to become a successful arbitrator and/or mediator. 

Presenters will include experienced ADR professionals and litigators from various backgrounds who will outline a successful career path as an arbitrator or mediator and discuss how to avoid potential pitfalls along the way. Attendees will learn the importance of focusing on a specific industry, networking, connecting with mentors, gaining relevant experience, and building a good reputation in the field. 

The program is open to diverse students. Selected applicants will receive a $1,300 stipend to cover travel and hotel expenses to New York. 

When: Saturday, November 12 & Sunday, November 13, 2022 

Where: American Arbitration Association 
             New York, NY 

TO APPLY, please provide the following materials: 

  • Resume
  • Statement of interest
  • One faculty or professional recommendation
  • An essay on the future of ADR (350-500 words)


Application Deadline:
 October 14

Send Applications to: Maggie Lalowski at LalowskiM@adr.org.

09.19

Leadership Council on Legal Diversity (LCLD) Success in Law School Mentoring Program

The Leadership Council on Legal Diversity (LCLD) is excited to offer the LCLD Success in Law School Mentoring Program for diverse/underrepresented first year students at all Philadelphia-Area Law Students. LCLD is a national organization of more than 400 corporate general counsel and law firm managing partners. For more information about LCLD, please visit LCLD’s website at www.lcldnet.org.

September 13, 2022

Philadelphia Area Law School Students,

The Leadership Council on Legal Diversity (LCLD) is excited to offer the LCLD Success in Law School Mentoring Program for diverse/underrepresented first year students at all Philadelphia-Area Law Students. LCLD is a national organization of more than 400 corporate general counsel and law firm managing partners. For more information about LCLD, please visit LCLD’s website at www.lcldnet.org.

LCLD believes that success in law school is the first step to a successful legal career. To support the success of diverse students in law school, LCLD is launching the 2022-2023 LCLD Success in Law School Mentoring Program in over 30 cities around the country, including the Philadelphia Area. Participating mentees will be paired with an experienced lawyer in your city, from one of LCLD’s Member organizations. Mentees will also have an opportunity to participate in the LCLD Group Mentoring Program, which includes networking events and substantive informational programming.

You can register online for this first come, first serve program beginning October 17, 2022. Please register on LCLD’s website, using the following link: http://www.lcldnet.org/programs/law-school-mentoring/mentees/.

If you have additional questions, please feel free to contact me or Nancy Richardson, LCLD Program Manager (nrichardson@lcldnet.com).

I look forward to helping support your success in law school!

Sincerely,
Kassem Lucas
LCLD City Lead for the Philadelphia Area
215-981-4426
Kassem.lucas@troutman.com

09.19

The Honorable Albert W. Sheppard Fellowship

Deadline: October 3

In the summer of 2023, the Albert W. Sheppard Scholarship Fund will provide a $3000 stipend for the selected Sheppard Fellow. This fund was established by the Philadelphia Bar Association Business Law Section’s Business Litigation Committee in conjunction with the Philadelphia Bar Foundation, to honor the memory of Judge Sheppard and his contributions to the Philadelphia legal community.

Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law is delighted to announce its partnership with the Philadelphia Bar Foundation’s Honorable Albert W. Sheppard Fellowship Program in the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas – Commerce Court Division. There is one slot available for a second- or third-year law student to participate in this exceptional program designed to honor the memory of Judge Albert W. Sheppard, Jr., who served as a judge in the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas from 1983 to 2011. During his tenure, Judge Sheppard, who was committed to promoting civility, courtesy, and respect in the court system, created the now internationally recognized Commerce Case Management Program which promotes fair and cost-effective resolutions for complex business disputes.

During the 2023 spring semester, the student will participate as part of Drexel’s co-op program. The experiential component of the co-op will be under the authority of the Supervising Judge in Commerce Court, the Honorable Nina Wright Padilla. Students will have the opportunity to engage in legal research and writing in the area of commercial litigation. Students will learn about Pennsylvania law, analyze evidentiary issues, gain experience in aspects of Pennsylvania civil procedure, and draft written work.

In the summer of 2023, the Albert W. Sheppard Scholarship Fund will provide a $3000 stipend for the selected Sheppard Fellow. This fund was established by the Philadelphia Bar Association Business Law Section’s Business Litigation Committee in conjunction with the Philadelphia Bar Foundation, to honor the memory of Judge Sheppard and his contributions to the Philadelphia legal community. The Sheppard Fellow will be required to complete a two-page report summarizing their experience which will be submitted in a finished form appropriate for publication and may be posted on the Bar Foundation’s website. In addition, the Fellow will be recognized in the Bar Foundation’s Annual Report and at Bar Foundation events.

The Philadelphia Bar Foundation is dedicated to promoting equal access to justice and equity for all people in the community. Through programs, grants, and partnerships, the Bar Foundation removes barriers to justice, engages the community in support of civil legal aid, and builds system-wide capacity in order to strengthen the provision of quality legal services and to ensure that all individuals understand their rights to equal justice under law.

This unique co-op opportunity is ideal for second- or third-year law students who are interested in learning more about business law and commercial litigation and who want to gain research and writing experience. Preference will be given to students who have successfully completed (or are currently enrolled in Business Organizations). Students must commit to 22 hours a week for the 2023 Spring semester and 10-12 hours a week during 2023 Summer. Interested students should forward a cover letter/statement of interest addressed to “The Honorable Albert W. Sheppard Commerce Court Fellowship/Practicum Selection Committee”, a resume, the names and e-mail addresses for two references, and an unofficial transcript to Prof. Reena Parambath at rep42@drexel.edu no later than noon on Monday, October 3.

09.19

FBI Legal Honors Internship Program

Deadline: September 18

The FBI Honors Internship Program is a full-time, 10-week paid summer internship starting June 5, 2023. This program is for undergraduate, graduate, and post-doctoral college students and offers exposure to the world’s premiere law enforcement and intelligence agency while also serving as a pipeline for entry-level positions after graduation. The FBI Honors Internship Program is a full-time, 10-week paid summer internship starting June 5, 2023. This program is for undergraduate, graduate, and post-doctoral college students and offers exposure to the world’s premiere law enforcement and intelligence agency while also serving as a pipeline for entry-level positions after graduation. While exploring the FBI’s exciting career options, students will work side-by-side with FBI employees at one of our FBI offices nationwide. This internship offers students an unmatched opportunity to protect the American people and uphold the Constitution of the United States. At the end of their summer, Honors Interns who receive a positive evaluation may continue in the program throughout the school year as interns on a part-time basis.

To learn more or apply, click here to and search "Honors Internship Program"

09.12

Obermayer 3L Fall Reception

Obermayer invites you to join for a 3L Fall Reception. Mix and mingle with Obermayer leadership, get feedback on your resume from our attorneys, and hone your interview technique during our mock interviews.

Update: This event has been cancelled.

Obermayer invites you to join for a 3L Fall Reception. Mix and mingle with Obermayer leadership, get feedback on your resume from our attorneys, and hone your interview technique during our mock interviews. Food and adult beverages will be served.

Update: This event has been cancelled.

09.12

PIE Auction Volunteers Needed

PIE Exec Board is still looking for applicants for the 2022-2023 year. Available positions are Chair, Events & Alumni Chair, Recruitment and Outreach Chair, and Finance Chair. The final deadline for applications will be September 15. Please send a short statement explaining your interest in one or more of the positions to Alexandra Kudatzky at ahk59@drexel.edu.

PIE Exec Board is still looking for applicants for the 2022-2023 year. Available positions are Chair, Events & Alumni Chair, Recruitment and Outreach Chair, and Finance Chair. The final deadline for applications will be September 15. Please send a short statement explaining your interest in one or more of the positions to Alexandra Kudatzky at ahk59@drexel.edu.

09.12

Reminder: Register for the November MPRE by September 14

Reminder that the deadline to register for the November MPRE is on September 14. You can register at ncbex.org/exams/mpre/.

Reminder that the deadline to register for the November MPRE is on September 14. You can register at ncbex.org/exams/mpre/.

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Apply for Kline Spring Break in France: European Union Law

Deadline: November 15

Learn more about the Kline in France study abroad program!

The Spring Break Course in Rennes, France will have three components: (1) readings and a lecture on legal principles applicable in civil law countries; (2) lectures on the growth of European private law, French criminal law, and British common law; (3) a final paper in which students will analyze an aspect of U.S. law taking a comparative approach to French or European law. This one-credit course will introduce Kline law students to civil law, which is the legal system of most of the world, and to the growing influence of E.U. law. By studying aspects of other legal traditions, Kline law students will develop a more nuanced and critical approach to the U.S. common law system.

Rennes is the capital of the Brittany region in Northwest France. Rennes is a dynamic city where researchers, faculty and students make up about one third of the population. Majestic 18th century buildings overlook spacious public squares, and La Vilaine River runs across the city, which is a two-hour trip from Paris and one hour from historic destinations such as Mont Saint-Michel and Saint-Malo.

Click here more info & application instructions

08.29

Phillips Black: Right to Counsel Panel at Bok Bar

August 31, 5 p.m.

Phillips Black, a non-profit law office representing individuals sentenced to death and death by incarceration, will host a panel discussion about the importance of the right council for those that can’t access it. Because we all have the right to an attorney, but if you cannot afford one, then what does that right afford you?

Phillips Black, a non-profit law office representing individuals sentenced to death and death by incarceration, will host a panel discussion about the importance of the right council for those that can’t access it. Because we all have the right to an attorney, but if you cannot afford one, then what does that right afford you?

Did you know that Philadelphia sentences more individuals to death by incarceration than any other city in the country? Here’s your chance to get involved in the conversation.

Click here for more information & tickets

08.29

Hispanic Bar Association of Pennsylvania (HBAPA): Meet the Board

September 15, 5:30 p.m.

Join the HBAPA for an evening of conversation and camaraderie with the current board members! You'll be able to meet the 2022 HBAPA Board Members. This even is open to everyone but till be geared towards law students and new lawyers.

Join the HBAPA for an evening of conversation and camaraderie with the current board members! You'll be able to meet the 2022 HBAPA Board Members. This even is open to everyone but till be geared towards law students and new lawyers.

Click here for more info or to RSVP

08.29

LatinoJustice PRLDEF: Law Day 2022 Recruitment Fair

October 16, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. (NYC & Virtual)

LatinoJustice PRLDEF is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, and our theme is Bold Legacy, Bolder Future: Advancing Equity, Justice, and Leadership. Education pipeline programs have been a part of the organization's mission since its inception.

LatinoJustice PRLDEF is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, and our theme is Bold Legacy, Bolder Future: Advancing Equity, Justice, and Leadership. Education pipeline programs have been a part of the organization's mission since its inception. This year we are celebrating our 40th annual Law Day!

Join us on Sunday, October 16th, from 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. EST at New York Law School. Student Registration is FREE! We look forward to having you join us!

Click here to register

08.29

NYC Bar: Law Student Welcome Reception

September 8 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.

Don’t miss this event to start networking with the best legal minds in New York City now—it’s never too early to get ahead!

Whether you are in your first, second or third year of law school, or an LL.M. student, the NYC Bar Association invites you to learn about exciting opportunities and programs offered by the City’s leading bar association.

At this event, you will have the opportunity to network with fellow law students and attorneys, who are active City Bar Committee members. There will be short tours of the historic building to learn more about the City Bar. Drinks and hors d’oeuvres will be served.

Don’t miss this event to start networking with the best legal minds in New York City now—it’s never too early to get ahead!

This event takes place on Thursday, September 8 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the New York City Bar Association located at 42 West 44th Street, New York, NY 10036. This event is free to attend, but registration is required.

Click here for more information and registration

08.29

Careers in Compliance for Minority Law Students and LL.M. Candidates

August 31, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.

Please join the New York City Bar Association for a frank virtual discussion with compliance lawyers of exceptionally diverse backgrounds on what it means to be a compliance professional and the opportunities for minority law students and LL.M. candidates to have fulfilling careers in the compliance space.

Are you looking for advice on how to overcome the challenges facing minority law students and LL.M. candidates as they transition from the classroom into compliance or legal careers? Please join the New York City Bar Association for a frank virtual discussion with compliance lawyers of exceptionally diverse backgrounds on what it means to be a compliance professional and the opportunities for minority law students and LL.M. candidates to have fulfilling careers in the compliance space.

Participants will have the opportunity, in smaller, rotating virtual group sessions, to engage with experienced and diverse lawyers on their personal career paths in compliance. They will discuss how they overcame the professional challenges for minority law students and lawyers, and practical steps that minority law students and LL.M. candidates can take to overcome racial and gender bias and break into the compliance field.

Free for Member Law Students and Non-Member Law Students. Registration is required.

Click here for more information and registration

08.22

Panel Discussion on Federal Career Opportunities

Tuesday, August 30, at 1 p.m. ET

Please join the IRS, Office of Chief Counsel as they partner with other Tax employers to host a panel discussion on Federal Career Opportunities in Tax.

Are you interested in tax law? Even if you haven’t thought about a career in tax, maybe you want to be in a courtroom litigating or at a table analyzing business deals? Have you dreamed about criminal law and being a federal prosecutor? Are you interested in legislation and policy?

Please join the IRS, Office of Chief Counsel as they partner with other Tax employers to host a panel discussion on Federal Career Opportunities in Tax on:

Tuesday, August 30, at 1 p.m. Eastern via Zoom
Click here to register: https://bit.ly/FedTaxCareers

Panelists include a United States Tax Court judge, attorneys from the IRS, Office of Chief Counsel, and the Department of Justice Tax Division. We will also have a question and answer segment at the end. This event will provide law students with the opportunity to meet attorneys from diverse backgrounds who will discuss their career paths and opportunities available for law students and graduates with their employers. Our office maintains its commitment to hiring a diverse workforce and we hope that your students will find this event both informative and useful.

Join us as we talk about hiring opportunities and the various experiences within each organization, as each organization provides a unique experience for candidates.

08.22

MAX by AccessLex

We partner with nonprofit AccessLex Institute to offer you access to MAX by AccessLex® - the personal finance program for law students – at no cost!

We partner with nonprofit AccessLex Institute to offer you access to MAX by AccessLex - the personal finance program for law students – at no cost!

08.22

US Department of Justice Environment and Natural Resources Division Law Clerkships

Learn more about law clerkship opportunities with the US Department of Justice Environment and Natural Resources Division!

ENRD’s attorneys represent federal agencies by preparing and arguing civil and criminal enforcement cases and by defending challenged federal agency actions under more than 150 federal statutes. Cases handled by ENRD are at the cutting edge of environmental and natural resources law. The Division’s work protects our environment for future generations.

Learn more about available clerkships!

08.22

Fall 2022 Pro Bono Opportunities

Dear Students, Welcome back! I hope you all had a wonderful summer. As you begin the Fall Semester, keep in mind that it is time to start working towards satisfying the 50-hour Pro Bono Service Requirement (All JD students)...

Dear Students,

Welcome back! I hope you all had a wonderful summer. As you begin the Fall Semester, keep in mind that it is time to start working towards satisfying the 50-hour Pro Bono Service Requirement (All JD students). You can begin doing pro bono work once you have completed one semester of law school. Please be mindful when planning your pro bono service for the year that most projects are not structured for students to earn 50 hours in one semester. Due to the current pandemic some projects will be offered only as remote opportunities while others will be in-person.

Please check your email for an updated list of the Pro Bono Opportunities that are available for you to enroll in this semester. Training for these projects will take place during the first few weeks of the Fall Semester. If you are interested in participating in any of these projects, please be sure to submit your resume (some projects require a statement of interest and/or interview) and rank your choices in order of preference no later than the registration deadline of Wednesday, August 24 at 12:00pm. Please be sure to list more than one choice as space is limited in all projects. Listing only one opportunity does not increase your chances of being placed in that project.

If you have questions about any of the projects, or the Pro Bono Requirement, in general, please be in touch. I’m excited to work with each of you to find a rewarding and meaningful pro bono experience!

Best,

Rashida T. West, Esq.
Director, Pro Bono & Public Interest Programs

08.22

Academic Skills Workshops Fall 2022 Schedule

View the Fall 2022 Academic Skills Workshop Schedule

Click here to view the Academic Skills Workshops Schedule for Fall 2022!

08.22

Call for Student Focus Group Participants

Calling all Drexel Undergraduate & Graduate students interested in sharing their opinions on the future of higher education!

Calling all Drexel Undergraduate & Graduate students interested in sharing their opinions on the future of higher education! On behalf of the Nina Henderson Provost Scholars, working with Dr. Paul Jensen and Dr. Raj Suri, our current research project focuses on lifelong learning and the future of universities/colleges, both here at Drexel and at other institutions of higher education. We would love to hear your thoughts! Here is a sign-up link for 30 min focus group sessions (in-person with free food or zoom). The focus group participation will not collect any self-identifying information. We appreciate your time and hope you will help us with this research and will join us!

Register

08.15

Daniel J. Curtin, Jr. Fellowship

Deadline: October 1

The Planning and Law Division of the American Planning Association is pleased to announce that it is accepting applications from planning students and law students for its 2022-23 Daniel J. Curtin, Jr. Fellowship.

The Planning and Law Division of the American Planning Association is pleased to announce that it is accepting applications from planning students and law students for its 2022-23 Daniel J. Curtin, Jr. Fellowship.

If selected for an award by the PLD Fellowship Committee, the fellow's responsibilities may include, but are not limited to, assisting with PLD membership recruitment and retention activities and creating web-based educational resources for membership. Fellowship benefits include contact with a network of nationally recognized leaders in the field; access to newsletters, webinars, educational sessions and online resources featuring current legal issues and trends relevant to planning; participation in planning and law networking events; and opportunities for leadership and volunteerism in the planning and law field.

Learn More

08.15

NAPD Virtual Women's Conference Scholarship

September 22-24

National Association for Public Defense Conference Scholarships. Are you a current social work, law, or policy student interested in public defense or criminal justice reform? NAPD is committed to offering 1,000 scholarships to the 2022 Women's Conference to current students in the areas of social work and law, as well as policy students interested in public defense or criminal justice reform.

National Association for Public Defense Conference Scholarships. Are you a current social work, law, or policy student interested in public defense or criminal justice reform? NAPD is committed to offering 1,000 scholarships to the 2022 Women's Conference to current students in the areas of social work and law, as well as policy students interested in public defense or criminal justice reform.

Learn more about the conference

Apply for scholarship to the conference

08.8

Intellectual Property Diversity Scholarship Application

Deadline: August 20

The BakerHostetler Intellectual Property Diversity Scholarship is an annual scholarship available to second-year (2L) students who have a genuine interest in the patent law profession.

The BakerHostetler Intellectual Property Diversity Scholarship is an annual scholarship available to second-year (2L) students who have a genuine interest in the patent law profession. During their summer internship, we provide recipients with unique opportunities and experiences that showcase our nationally acclaimed IP practice. IP Diversity Scholarship recipients receive summer associate compensation as well as an additional $5,000 toward tuition or other law school expenses.

View the Scholarship FAQ

Complete your Application

08.8

Equal Justice Works (EJW) Career Fair & Conference

Registration opens August 11

Equal Justice Works is one of the largest public interest career fairs and conferences in the country. This year EJW decided to split the Conference and Career Fair. Both events will be held virtually. There is a registration fee to participate. CSO will cover the costs of the first 20 students to register.

Equal Justice Works is one of the largest public interest career fairs and conferences in the country. This year EJW decided to split the Conference and Career Fair. Both events will be held virtually. There is a registration fee to participate. CSO will cover the costs of the first 20 students to register.

The Career Fair is made up of prescheduled interviews where employers will review resumes and select students for virtual interviews and Table Talk virtual sessions where students will have a chance to connect with employers without submitting a resume.

Timeline

  • Registration opens on August 11th.
  • Students need to register for prescheduled interviews by September 15
  • You have until Oct. 13th to register for the general Career Fair (Table Talk).

Click here for full details about the 2022 Conference & Career Fair

08.8

ABA Law Student Scholar Program

Friday, August 26 at 11:59 PM Central

The ABA Business Law Section is pleased to invite law students to participate in the Law Student Scholar Program. The program is designed to help law students navigate Section Meetings and meet with practicing business lawyers to network and learn more about a career in business law.

The ABA Business Law Section is pleased to invite law students to participate in the Law Student Scholar Program. The program is designed to help law students navigate Section Meetings and meet with practicing business lawyers to network and learn more about a career in business law. Participants in the Law Student Scholar Program receive:

  • Mentorship: Each Scholar will be paired with a Section mentor who can help you navigate the Meeting and share advice for a successful career in business law.
  • Professional recognition: After completing the program requirements, each scholar will receive a certificate recognizing their participation in the program. Scholars are also encouraged to list involvement in this program on their resume.
  • Enhanced law school experience: Scholars will receive continued opportunities for involvement in the ABA Business Law Section to help you stand out from your peers.

Click here for more information and to sign up!

08.1

Fall Semester 2022 Textbook Information

Fall Semester 2022 textbook information for your registered sections can be found via the “Buy Books” link in DrexelOne. If the link does not work, follow the instructions below to search the bookstore site.

Fall Semester 2022 textbook information for your registered sections can be found via the “Buy Books” link in DrexelOne. If the link does not work, follow the instructions below to search the bookstore site:

  • Visit drexel.bncollege.com
  • Hover over “Course Materials and Textbooks” and select "Find Course Materials"
  • Select Term: Fall 2022 Semester, Department: LAW, and select the Course Number and Section Number. Please make sure the section number is correct because this can vary by instructor.
  • Select "Retrieve Materials" to view the required and recommended books that your instructor has assigned.

You are not guaranteed to – and likely will not – have access to e-book versions of texts during an in-person exam. If no e-book is listed with the bookstore, you should avoid purchasing in electronic format from another source. We will not be changing any exam conditions or making any exceptions to allow e-books during an exam based on disregard for this warning.

Other notes about materials can be found in the Fall 2022 First Week Assignments document.

 

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Fall Semester 2022 First Assignments

Fall 2022 First Week Assignments are available on DragonNet, under Registration and Exam Information, and are updated continuously.

Fall 2022 First Week Assignments are available on DragonNet, under Registration and Exam Information, and are updated continuously.

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