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  • CSO: Practice Area Spotlight

    If you’re a 2L or 3L, the CSO invites you to take the LawFit Assessment, an online tool to help you narrow down your choices. To take LawFit, schedule an appointment with a CSO advisor through Symplicity.

    Are you exploring different practice areas? The Official Guide to Legal Specialties by Lisa Abrams is available from the LRC and is a good starting place to consider practice options from A to Z. 

    If you’re a 2L or 3L, the CSO invites you to take the LawFit Assessment, an online tool to help you narrow down your choices. To take LawFit, schedule an appointment with a CSO advisor through Symplicity.

    The latest issue of the ABA Journal highlighted space law as a specialty with growing demand.

    Here’s a link to the ABA Section that specializes in space law.

    We encourage students to explore with an open mind – there are lots of different options for J.D. graduates beyond litigation or corporate law. Visit the CSO and let’s start the conversation.

    01.31

  • Hudson County Bar Scholarship

    Deadline: April 21

    This scholarship is open to residents of Hudson County, N.J.

    The Hudson County Bar Foundation will award scholarships to students who are residents of Hudson County, N.J. for the 2022-2023 academic year. Interested applicants can write to the Hudson County Bar Foundation Scholarship Committee, 583 Newark Avenue, Jersey City, New Jersey 07306 or call 201-798-4708, send an e-mail to events@hcbalaw.com, or visit www.hcbalaw.com for an application. 

    Apply

    01.27

  • Graduation Photos

    Sign up by February 3

    The photos will be taken on February 9, February 10, and February 16 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Law School on the 3rd Floor Gallery.

    Legacy Photographics will be taking your portraits for the Kline School of Law class composite. There is no charge for taking your portrait and no obligation to purchase anything. We ask that all students be photographed so that we have your class picture to hang in the last school next to the others located on the 3rd Floor.

    In order to have your portrait taken, you must schedule a session not later than February 3. The photos will be taken on February 9, February 10, and February 16 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Law School on the 3rd Floor Gallery. Business attire is preferred as your picture will be included in the composite and many students like to purchase the images for their personal use.  You must wear a mask, however, your mask may be removed when being photographed.

    To schedule your session:

    1. Use this link: Legacy Photographics 
    2. Select “Drexel University-Thomas R. Kline School of Law” from the drop down menu
    3. Click on the date you want to schedule: February 9, February 10, February 16
    4. Select your time and follow the prompts.

    Further information regarding Graduation will be forthcoming as it becomes available. 

    01.25

  • Ballard Spahr’s 16th Annual Resume Writing and Interview Workshop for Diverse First-Year Law Students

    Deadline: February 4

    Career services professionals are acutely aware of the difficulty for law students to get noticed in a competitive job market. A strong resume and solid interviewing skills are often the primary ways students are able to distinguish themselves.

    Career services professionals are acutely aware of the difficulty for law students to get noticed in a competitive job market. A strong resume and solid interviewing skills are often the primary ways students are able to distinguish themselves.

    To help students develop these critical skills, Ballard Spahr cordially invites six diverse first-year law students from Kline Law to participate in their 16th Annual Resume Writing and Interviewing Skills Workshop, which will be held virtually, on February 23, 2022. Ballard’s Diverse Lawyers Group hosts this event each year as a way to advance diversity, equity, and inclusion in the legal profession.

    Participating students will have the opportunity to meet with practicing legal professionals in one-on-one sessions designed to provide frank and informative feedback on the materials and skills necessary for landing a position in the legal field. After a presentation on resume writing and interviewing, students will participate in virtual mock interviews with practicing attorneys and will receive individualized feedback.

    Due to the individualized nature of the workshop, space is limited to 6 students. This is a first come, first served opportunity. CSO will keep a waiting list. This is a great opportunity to get feedback on your cover letter and application and network with a VIP law firm since Ballard Spahr recruits our students through OCI.

    If you would like to attend, you must RSVP via Symplicity/Events AND send a resume & cover letter to Jen Moore/CSO jdm368@drexel.edu no later than February 4.

    01.24

  • 2022 Spring ABA-IPL Law Student Reporter Program Now Accepting Applications

    Deadline: February 18

    The ABA-IPL Law Student Action Group is now accepting applications for Law Student Reporters ("LSR") Program for the American Bar Association Section of Intellectual Property Law IPLSpring Virtual Conference April 5-7, 2022 in Washington, DC!

    The ABA-IPL Law Student Action Group is now accepting applications for Law Student Reporters ("LSR") Program for the American Bar Association Section of Intellectual Property Law IPLSpring Virtual Conference April 5-7, 2022 in Washington, DC! Interested law students may submit their applications by completing the following digital application form by February 18, 2022: https://forms.gle/Lv9CqLXR4QpsvLDd6

    The LSR program is a rewarding experience in which law students interact with and learn from IP practitioners from around the world. In return for this experience, law student reporters report on the educational programs and conference events by creating a social media presence at the conference, live-tweeting, posting to Facebook, and publishing pre-conference and post-conference blog posts.

    Students selected for the program will have complimentary registration to the conference. Although The ABA IPL Section will cover lodging and travel expenses, we work with the selected students to try to obtain funding form the student’s law school for those expenses.

    For questions please contact lawstudentreporters@gmail.com or LSAG Chair Caleb Green at cgreen@dickinson-wright.com.

    01.24

  • Register for the March 2022 MPRE by January 21

    The registration deadline for the March 2022 MPRE is Friday, January 21.

    The registration deadline for the March 2022 MPRE is Friday, January 21. To register, students should visit ncbex.org/exams/mpre/registration. Lots of free study materials are available to help you prepare for the MPRE. For more information, contact Kline Law's Director of Bar Support Nick Shalosky.

    • Want to meet about the bar for 30 minutes? Click here!
    • Want to meet about the bar for 60 minutes? Click here!

    01.18

  • New Spring Pro Bono Opportunity: Two Students Needed

    Deadline to apply: Friday, January 21, at noon

    PRIME is looking for 1-2 Kline School of Law students seeking a pro bono program placement.

    PRIME: ECR (Ecumenical Commitment to Refugees" is a 501(c)(3) immigration nonprofit based in Havertown, Pennsylvania, with a satellite office in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Since 1983, PRIME has provided affordable and free legal services to non-citizens in search of a better life in the United States. Some services provided include legal representation in immigration court and bond hearings, particularly those relating to asylum. In addition, PRIME ECR offers help with preparing and submitting the following types of applications: Naturalization/citizenship, Green Card (Legal Permanent Resident), Fiance Petition, Waiver of Grounds of Excludability, Petition to Remove Conditions, Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) self-petition, U visas for crime victims, T visas for survivors of human trafficking, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), Special Immigrant Juvenile Status, etc.

    PRIME is looking for 1-2 Kline School of Law students seeking a pro bono program placement. A commitment of at least 1 semester is required (1 year preferred), and students are needed to volunteer a couple of hours per week, either on-site or remote. We are willing to accommodate and be flexible with law students' busy schedules! Some tasks, such as conducting legal research and drafting memoranda, can be done remotely. Students will also interview clients/witnesses, write affidavits, and draft motions and petitions. We strongly recommend that any pro bono volunteers obtain free student membership to American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA). This opportunity would be more suited for a 2L or 3L. Fluency in foreign languages is a plus, but not compulsory. The offices are accessible via public transit. The Board Secretary of PRIME, Renu Urvashi Sagreiya, is an alumna of Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law, class of 2017. The pro bono volunteer would be supervised by a Board of Immigration Appeals Accredited Representative and/or an attorney.

    Please submit a resume and cover letter to Rashida West at rtw27@drexel.edu by Friday, January 21 at noon.

    01.18

  • Bailiffs and Judges Needed for Kline Law’s Marshall-Brennan Competition

    Please consider volunteering to bailiff (1Ls) or judge (2/3Ls) for the morning preliminary rounds, afternoon semi-final rounds, or both.

    The Marshall-Brennan Constitutional Literacy Project pairs Kline Law students with local Philadelphia high schools, teaching students about the power of the U.S. Constitution and its relevance in their lives. The high school students in each class who show the greatest aptitude are chosen to compete in local and national moot court competitions, where they put their newfound knowledge of the law and critical thinking skills into practice.

    Our current M-B Fellows are hard at work coaching their high school students for our local Drexel competition, which we are holding virtually via Zoom on Saturday, February 12, 2022. Please consider volunteering to bailiff (1Ls) or judge (2/3Ls) for the morning preliminary rounds (9:15 a.m.-12:25 p.m.), afternoon semi-final rounds (1-2:30 p.m.), or both. If you are able to volunteer, email Earthen Johnson at eej23@drexel.edu by Friday, January 28 and let her know your preferred time slot. If you don’t have a preference or can do both slots, please state that as well. You will receive pro bono credit for volunteering with the competition.

    01.18

  • Kline Professional Closet

    Kline Professional Closet offers new or gently used suits, sports coats, collared shirts, dresses, and blouses for individuals of all sizes and gender identities.

    In an effort to be more environmentally conscious of textile waste and serve our law students who may need immediate access to professional wear, this closet offers new or gently used suits, sports coats, collared shirts, dresses, and blouses for individuals of all sizes and gender identities. This effort is meant to help Kline Law students not only feel more confident and prepared in their professional interactions, but to look the part, too.

    Hosted by: DiveIN + Student Life, CSO & Private Practice Law Society

    Hours of Operation (2nd Floor Gallery):

    • Monday: 12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.
    • Tuesday: 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.
    • Wednesday: 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
    • Thursday: 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

    If you would like more privacy or your needs are not met by what we have in stock, we have partnered with The Wardrobe and covered the cost of your selection. Contact divein_klinelaw@drexel.edu for more details.

    01.18

  • Spring 2022 Dean's Scholars

    Dean's Scholars listed by section.

    Session times are included on the Spring 2022 Grid Schedule, found using this link: https://drexel0.sharepoint.com/sites/LawExamCenter. Once you click this link, you will find the Spring 2022 Course Grid in the upper right hand corner under Course Schedule Links.

    Criminal Law (Section 1, Prof. Kalhan)
    Monday 3:30-4:30 p.m.
    Sophia Agostini
    Siqi Cheng
    Classroom 240

    Criminal Law (Section 2, Prof. Tibbs)
    Monday 3:30-4:30 p.m.
    Morgan Burns
    Danni Kitzinger
    Classroom 340

    Leg/Reg (Section 1, Prof. Abu El Haj)
    Tuesday 9-10 a.m.
    Kayleigh Petroski
    Katherine Cancelliere
    Classroom 240

    Leg/Reg (Section 2, Prof. Seligmann)
    Tuesday 9-10 a.m.
    Noah DeSimone
    Classroom 340

    Leg/Reg (Section 3, Dean Frankel)
    Tuesday 12:15-1:15 p.m.
    Jennifer DeLongis
    Andrew Portner
    Classroom ISB 112

    Property (Section 1, Prof. Landers)
    Thursday 3:45-4:45 p.m.
    Erica Russen
    Sarah Thompson
    Classroom ISB 112

    Property (Section 2, Prof. Kahan)
    Thursday 3:45-4:45 p.m.
    Elizabeth Iobst
    Natalie Nye
    Classroom 340

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  • Bridging the Gaps Community Health Internship Program Info Session

    Wednesday, January 19, 12:45-1:15 p.m.

    The Bridging the Gaps Community Health Internship Program is a seven-week, full-time, paid summer internship for health profession students.

    The Bridging the Gaps Community Health Internship Program (BTG CHIP) is a seven-week, full-time, paid summer internship for health profession students. The tentative dates for the 2022 program are June 13 through July 29.

    Additional questions? Email: Elissa Goldberg: ejg32@drexel.edu.

    Join Zoom Meeting

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  • Spring Pro Bono Opportunities

    Deadline: Tuesday, January 18, at 12 p.m.

    Please begin to think about how you will satisfy the 50-hour Pro Bono Service Requirement

    As you begin the Spring Semester, please begin to think about how you will satisfy the 50-hour Pro Bono Service Requirement (All JD students). Please be mindful when planning your pro bono service that most projects are not structured for students to earn 50 hours in one semester. Due to the current pandemic most of these projects will be conducted remotely and unfortunately some projects are not being offered this semester. Recruiting for pro bono projects occurs in the fall and spring semester. Students may also complete their pro bono requirement during the summer. Credit is limited to a maximum of 50 hours during the summer.

    Due to the limited number of available projects being offered this semester, students should investigate other pro bono opportunities and utilize their professional network. Students are allowed to initiate their own pro bono opportunities with approval. The Philadelphia Bar Association’s Directory of Public Interest Legal Organizations is an excellent resource to identify organizations that may have student initiated pro bono opportunities. Priority for placement will be given to those students graduating in May and who still need to satisfy the 50-hour requirement.

    Below is 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 Spring Semester. If you are interested in participating in any of these projects, please be sure to submit your resume and rank your choices in order of preference no later than the registration deadline of Tuesday, January 18, at 12 p.m. 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 contact Rashida West (rashida.t.west@drexel.edu).

    Christian Legal Clinics of Philadelphia

    Christian Legal Clinics of Philadelphia is an urban legal ministry which seeks to address injustice and poverty in partnership with existing inner city host ministries by bringing volunteer attorneys and law students into neighborhoods where their services are most needed. There are legal clinics in North, South, and West Philadelphia, as well as Chester. Clinic clients receive a free one-hour consultation. Where ongoing representation is indicated, CLCP coordinates referrals. CLCP seeks law students to assist with client intake and consultation. Volunteers are not required to be of a certain faith background to participate in this project. Each volunteer will be required to commit to one 3-hour clinic per month.

    Training for this pro bono project will take place via Zoom on Wednesday, February 2, 12:15-1:15 p.m. If you are interested in participating in this pro bono project, please submit your resume to Rashida West (rashida.t.west@drexel.edu) and Michael Adams (madams@clcphila.org) by Tuesday, January 18, at 12 p.m.

    Campaign for Working Families Low Income Tax Clinic

    The Campaign for Working Families provides free tax service to low-income people in Philadelphia. It seeks to improve the economic well-being of low- and moderate-income individuals, families, and communities by building a movement to dramatically increase access to tax credits and benefits and asset-building opportunities. The Campaign for Working Families will hold training sessions on tax return preparation for student volunteers. Once trained, student volunteers will have their choice to volunteer at one of the 17 sites around the city where the tax clinics are hosted. Students also can do this project remotely. The tax clinics are open for tax season, from mid-January to mid-April. All sites have evening and weekend hours to fit your individual schedules.

    Training for this pro bono project will take place on a date to be determined. If you are interested in participating in this pro bono project, please submit your resume to Rashida West (rashida.t.west@drexel.edu) by Tuesday, January 18, at 12 p.m.

    Criminal Record Expungement Clinic

    The Criminal Record Expungement Project (C-REP) is dedicated to working with the community to reduce the collateral effects of criminal records. C-REP provides free direct legal services to individuals seeking to expunge non-conviction records in Philadelphia County. Volunteer attorneys and law students host community clinics and provide legal counsel through all stages of the expungement process, including representing clients before the Court of Common Pleas of Philadelphia. Students must be available to staff the clinic one Friday afternoon a month and then on the off weeks, actively work on cases opened through the clinic.

    Training for this pro bono project will take place via Zoom on Friday, January 21, 12-1:30 p.m. If you are interested in participating in this pro bono project, please submit your resume to Rashida West (rashida.t.west@drexel.edu) by Tuesday, January 18, at 12 p.m.

    SeniorLAW HelpLine

    The Pennsylvania SeniorLAW HelpLine, a project of SeniorLAW Center, provides free and confidential legal counseling, information, and referrals to older Pennsylvanians throughout diverse communities of the Commonwealth, including rural areas where there are few, if any, legal resources. The HelpLine handles a wide and interesting universe of civil legal issues, including real estate/housing, consumer protection, family law, estate and advance planning tools, public benefits, elder abuse, and neighbor disputes. After training, students will handle client intake activities – returning calls, collecting demographic information, and determining eligibility – and will elicit additional information to identify the legal issues. Interested students may have the opportunity to conduct research and/or assist in writing updates for the SeniorLAW website and other written resources. As scheduling permits, students may also have the opportunity to accompany staff attorneys to Family, Landlord/Tenant, and/or Mortgage Foreclosure Court. The HelpLine Coordinator and Legal Director will supervise all student work. Students must commit to work at least one half-day per week (4-hour shift) for the entire semester to participate in this project.

    Training for this pro bono project will take place via Zoom on Friday, January 28, 12-2 p.m. If you are interested in participating in this pro bono project, please submit your resume to Rashida West (rashida.t.west@drexel.edu) by Tuesday, January 18, at 12 p.m.

    Rapid Access to Public Benefits

    In partnership with The Homeless Advocacy Project (HAP), students will assist youth (18-21 years old) aging out of the child welfare system to gain rapid access to Social Security (SSI) benefits. Once trained, students will conduct client interviews, obtain medical records, complete SSI application forms, write letters of support for clients, and participate in all other aspects of case development. Due to the expedited nature of these cases, students will have the opportunity to work on cases from start to finish. Students are asked to volunteer 2 - 4 hours a week and can set their own schedules each semester.

    Training for this pro bono project will take place via Zoom on Wednesday, February 2, 12:15-1:15 p.m. If you are interested in participating in this pro bono project, please submit your resume to Rashida West (rashida.t.west@drexel.edu) by Tuesday, January 18 at 12 p.m.

    Immigration Project

    HIAS Pennsylvania provides immigration legal services to low-income immigrants in our region, assisting in matters from family reunification to naturalization to deportation defense. We focus on serving the most vulnerable, including refugees, asylum-seekers, unaccompanied children, and victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and other crimes. Law students will work with our intake coordinator to screen callers for eligibility for legal relief and for HIAS PA's services. Students will interview potential clients to gather information about their claims, prepare write-ups for attorney review, and will follow-up as directed to provide guidance and referrals. Students with foreign language abilities will have the opportunity to use these skills.

    Training for this pro bono project will take place via Zoom on Wednesday, February 2, 12:15-1:15 p.m. If you are interested in participating in this pro bono project, please submit your resume to Rashida West (rashida.t.west@drexel.edu) by Tuesday, January 18 at 12 p.m.

    Pennsylvania Innocence Project

    The Pennsylvania Innocence Project is an organization dedicated to exonerating persons imprisoned in Pennsylvania for crimes they did not commit and to eliminating the causes of wrongful convictions. Law students will attend a remote training session and will work in groups of two remotely. The pro bono law students will conduct reviews at Stage 2 of each case. The cases that they review are all for major crimes carrying sentences of over ten years. The students will review a filled in questionnaire from the incarcerated individual, appellate briefs, and the appellate decision from the individual’s appeal of their conviction and criminal dockets. The reviewers will put together a report which summarizes the case and evaluates the plausibility of the incarcerated individual’s innocence claim. The report will conclude with a recommendation as to whether the Project should move the case forward for a full document review.

    Training for this pro bono project will take place on a date to be determined. If you are interested in participating in this pro bono project, please submit your resume to Rashida West (rashida.t.west@drexel.edu) by Tuesday, January 18 at 12 p.m.

    01.10

  • MAX by AccessLex: Personal Finance Platform Available to Kline Law Students at No Cost

    Kline Law has partnered with AccessLex Institute® to bring you MAX by AccessLex®, an innovative personal finance program created exclusively for law students.

    Drexel University Kline School of Law has partnered with AccessLex Institute®, the largest nonprofit organization in the country focusing on access, affordability and the value of legal education, to bring you MAX by AccessLex®, an innovative personal finance program created exclusively for law students. Available at no cost to you or our law school, MAX drives the knowledge gain and behavior change essential to improving your financial well-being.

    The MAX program:

    • Teaches personal finance in a way that leverages the skills law school attracts and fosters;
    • Takes a multi-format approach—including interactive online lessons, webinars, in-person workshops and one-on-one financial counseling—allowing you to define your own path;
    • Delivers information in quick and easy to understand components to fit into your demanding schedule; and
    • Offers scholarship incentives to motivate you to stay on task and on schedule

    To get started, go to AskEDNA.AccessLex.org. Your name, email address, school and class year are all you need to log in to the program, personalize your experience and track your progress. No other personal information is required, and all information remains confidential.

    01.10

  • Delaware State Bar Association: 1L/2L Judicial Diversity Clerkship Program

    Deadlines: 2L: January 21; 1L: February 1

    This paid summer internship—three positions available for 2Ls, and two for 1Ls—is directed at students of underrepresented background.

    The Delaware State Bar Association ("DSBA") invites students to apply for its 1L/2L Judicial Diversity Clerkship program, sponsored by the Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Committee of the DSBA. This paid summer internship—three positions available for 2Ls, and two for 1Ls—is directed at students of underrepresented background, including women, or students who otherwise have experienced or overcome a physical, social or economic disadvantage or cultural impediment to becoming a law student. The application deadline for 2L positions is January 21, 2022, and, for 1L positions, February 1, 2022. 

    1L Diversity Clerkship 

    Delaware state and federal courts are among the elite tribunals in the United States for the resolution of complex business disputes. The Court of Chancery and the Complex Commercial Litigation Division of the Superior Court ("CCLD") are followed by jurists, lawyers and others around the country as arbiters of cutting-edge legal issues, "bet-the-company" litigation. It is no secret that a predominance of public and private companies find their home in Delaware, and when litigation is necessary those entities (and others) have ready access in Delaware to some of the most experienced and sophisticated courts in the United States.

    The Delaware State Bar Association ("DSBA") invites you to apply for its 1L Judicial Diversity Clerkship program, sponsored by the Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Committee of the DSBA. To apply for this program, applicants must meet the following criteria: (1) be currently enrolled as a first-year student in good standing at an ABA-accredited law school J.D. program; and (2) be a member of a traditionally underrepresented group in the legal profession (including law students who are women or members of racial/ethnic groups, identify as LGBTQ+ or have disabilities) or otherwise have experienced or overcome a physical, social or economic disadvantage or cultural impediment to becoming a law student; and (3) have an interest in civil law or business litigation. Clerks will be required to be physically present in Delaware for the clerkship. Law students selected to participate in the program will receive a clerkship in either the Court of Chancery or the CCLD in Wilmington, Delaware, and a stipend of $6,000 for the eight-week (June 6 to July 29, 2022) clerkship.

    2L Diversity Clerkship

    Delaware state and federal courts are among the elite tribunals in the United States for the resolution of complex business disputes. The Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware, together with our Supreme Court (highest state appellate court) and Superior Court (state trial court), are followed by jurists, lawyers and others around the country as arbiters of cutting-edge legal issues, "bet-the-company" litigation and complex disputes. It is no secret that a predominance of public and private companies find their home in Delaware, and when litigation is necessary those entities (and others) have ready access in Delaware to some of the most experienced business courts in the United States.

    The Delaware State Bar Association ("DSBA") invites you to apply for its 2L Judicial Diversity Clerkship program, sponsored by the Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Committee of the DSBA. To apply for this program, applicants must meet the following criteria: (1) be currently enrolled as a second-year student in good standing at an ABA-accredited law school J.D. program; (2) be a member of a traditionally underrepresented group in the legal profession (including law students who are women or members of racial/ethnic groups, identify as LGBTQ+ or have disabilities) or otherwise have experienced or overcome a physical, social or economic disadvantage or cultural impediment to becoming a law student; and (3) have an interest in bankruptcy law, civil litigation, or business litigation. Clerks will be required to be physically present in Delaware for the clerkship. Law students selected to participate in the program will receive a clerkship in Wilmington, Delaware, and a stipend of $6,000 for the six or eight-week clerkship in one of the following Courts:

    • U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Delaware (additional criteria for this position is the completion of at least one course in bankruptcy, creditors' rights, or other insolvency-related course) (June 6 through July 15, 2022)
    • Delaware Supreme Court: (June 6 through July 29, 2022)
    • Delaware Superior Court Civil Division (June 6 through July 29, 2022)

    Complete details and the application can be found in Symplicity/Job Postings or contact the Career Strategies Office.

    01.10

  • Apply to Join the Center for Law and Transformational Technology Student Board

    Deadline: January 21

    Kline Law's Center for Law and Transformational Technology is seeking applicants to join the Student Board of the CLTT for the Spring Semester.

    The Thomas R. Kline School of Law's Center for Law and Transformational Technology (CLTT) is seeking applicants to join the Student Board of the CLTT for the Spring Semester. The CLTT Student Board will assist the CLTT with developing events, programming and the CLTT newsletter content related to the convergence of law and technology. The CLTT Student Board will provide the selected students with the opportunity to delve into emerging issues of law, technology, policy, and regulation, and to work more closely with faculty and guests affiliated with the CLTT.

    Interested students should apply by sending a brief cover letter and resume to the Director of the Center, Professor Jordan L. Fischer, at jlf324@drexel.edu. For any questions, please reach out to Professor Fischer. Applicants will be accepted up to January 21, 2022 at 11:59 p.m. ET with board appointments made soon after.

    01.10

  • DragonCard Expired?

    If your DragonCard expired, you will need to go to the DragonCard Office to renew it.

    If your DragonCard expired, you will need to go to the DragonCard Office to renew it.

    The DragonCard Office location and hours are listed below:

    Creese Student Center, Suite 124
    3210 Chestnut St.
    Monday-Thursday: 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
    Friday: 8 a.m.-5 p.m

    01.10

  • Textbooks and Assignments

    Spring 2022 textbook information for your registered sections can be found via the “Buy Books” link in DrexelOne.

    Spring 2022 textbook information for your registered sections can be found via the “Buy Books” link in DrexelOne. Please be cautious about purchasing electronic versions of texts as you may not have access to them during an in-person exam.

    Spring 2022 First Week Assignments are available on DragonNet, under Registration and Exam Information, and will be updated as we receive them.

    01.10

  • Kline Law Graduation 2022

    This year’s Commencement Ceremony will take place Monday, May 23, 2022 at 10 a.m, at the Kimmel Center.

    This year’s Commencement Ceremony will take place Monday, May 23, 2022 at 10 a.m, at the Kimmel Center.

    • If you will be completing your requirements this Spring, please apply for graduation via DrexelOne. You will also choose an attendance response for the ceremony through that application.
    • If you are not completing your requirements but would like to “walk” in the 2022 ceremony, you may complete a Walkthrough form. JD students must be within 25 credits of completion at the end of the term to be eligible to participate and LLM students within 7 credits of completion.

    Please apply for your degree or submit the Walkthrough form by January 31, 2022.

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