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Trial Advocacy

Trial Advocacy Program

The Drexel University School of Law’s Trial Advocacy Program is at the heart of the school’s commitment to preparing students for practice. The Trial Advocacy Program trains students in the essential practical skills of litigation. Our goal is to ensure that our graduates are prepared to be litigators before they take their first case.

Redefining the Zealous Advocate.

The program curriculum includes courses in pretrial advocacy as well as trial advocacy and incorporates cutting-edge features such as videotaped classes that allow professors to give students feedback on their performance arguing cases.

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Compete With the Best.

Our carefully selected Trial Team enables students to compete against peers at the national level.

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Professor Gwen Roseman Stern

Gwen Roseman Stern

Director of the Trial Advocacy Program

Professor Stern is an experienced litigator and a leader in promoting trial advocacy skills and community awareness of legal procedures. A former associate with the Philadelphia law firms Kline and Specter PC, White and Williams LLC, Professor Stern tried numerous medical malpractice cases. Professor Stern directs the Marshall-Brennan Constitutional Literacy Project, which she brought to Philadelphia as a joint undertaking between Drexel Law and the University of Pennsylvania Law School.

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