Sally Frank Profile

 

Professor of Law

515-271-3909
sally.frank@drake.edu

Areas of Expertise

Professional Skills, Clinical Education, Women's Rights

Education

MA – Clinical Legal Education-Antioch University
JD – New York University School of Law
AB – Princeton University

Professional Experience

Drake Law School professor since 1990
Clinical Fellow at Antioch
Clerk for Judge Emily Goodman of the Civil Court, Manhattan
Clinical associate professor at New York Law School

Selected Publications

  • A City Council Examines Pornography: A Role-play for a Law School Class, 21 Women's Rights Law Reporter 169 (2000).
  • The Key to Unlocking the Clubhouse Door: The Application of Anti-Discrimination Laws to Quasi-Private Clubs, 2 Michigan Journal of Gender & Law 27 (1994).
  • Eve Was Right to Eat The Apple: The Importance of Narrative Theory to the Art of Lawyering, 8 Yale Journal of Law & Feminism 79 (1995).

Significant Accomplishments

  • Spoke about "Freedom Speaks, Freedom of Association v. Anti-discrimination" on Nashville Public Television
  • Member of the Iowa Supreme Court Advisory Committee on Iowa Rules of Evidence
  • Hardee's Hometown Hero Award for Human Rights
  • Member of the International Board of Women of Reform Judaism and the Commission on Social Action of Reform Judaism
  • Iowa representative to the American Civil Liberties Union national board
Law School Events
October 24, 2017
06:00 PM - 08:00 PM
Law School News
October 23, 2017
Four Drake Law 1L students argued before the Iowa Court of Appeals during the final round of the C. Edwin Moore Competition, a voluntary oral advocacy competition offered to all first-year students.
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