Liza Rubin is a 5th year undergraduate Psychology student with minors in Criminal Justice and Addictions Counseling. After graduation, she hopes to enter a joint psych-law program and ultimately wants to work with juvenile delinquents. Liza completed her last co-op at the Juvenile Justice Clinic at Georgetown Law Center where she assisted faculty and staff with research and case work on juvenile delinquency law, practice and policy, performed research with respect to articles concerning juvenile justice and clinical education, and interpreted statutes regarding sealing juvenile records and simplified the information in a manual in order for juveniles to better understand their rights. In addition to taking a full course load of 19 credits and volunteering in Dr. Heilbrun's lab, she is the VP of Programming and Campus Liaison for Psi Chi, Head Resident Assistant of Kelly Hall, a Drexel Community Scholar Team Leader at the Lindy Center for Civic Engagement, a member of the Student Conduct Board, a Peer Educator, President of the Residence Hall Association, and a member of the Biddle Law Society, Change for Change, and the Neighborhood Student Advisory Board. Outside interests include traveling, playing piano, cooking vegan food, exercising, and photography.