Joan McKown, LW’83, has had an impressive career in securities law, from the longest-serving chief counsel in the Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) Division of Enforcement to partner at the global law firm Jones Day.
On July 1, Andrew Jurs took over as associate dean of Drake Law School. Learn more about his role at the Law School, the goals he wants to accomplish, and why he believes Drake Law is special among law schools nationwide.
Growing up in a Hispanic community in Texas, Sanjuanita Martinez was drawn to immigration law. Now a rising 3L, Martinez is ready to apply that passion in the real world, thanks to her practical experiences at Drake Law School.
When Lori Bullock was a third-year Drake Law student, she presented oral arguments to the Iowa Supreme Court during the Law School’s Supreme Court Competition. Four years later, she returned to campus to argue before the Iowa Supreme Court as an attorney.
After immigrating to the U.S. from Argentina as a child, Miguel Schor researched Latin American constitutions as part of his graduate studies. That work led him to constitutional law and comparative constitutionalism; today, he teaches at Drake Law School and recently published a book on the topic.