Bianca Nalaschi '20
Hometown: Milford, PA
Legal Areas of Interest:
Public Interest, Criminal Law
West Chester University of Pennsylvania
Campus and Community Involvement:
Leading Law Students; Miller Center Pro Bono Advocate; OutLaw; Volunteer Income Tax Assistance; Wellness Committee, co-chair; Women's Law Caucus, vice president
A Dickinson Law Favorite:
What I enjoy most is the support and encouragement of the professors, staff, and alumni. Everyone does their best to guarantee we succeed. Dickinson Law has a highly motivated network of individuals who love to engage with current students. Post-graduation, I will definitely be taking trips back to visit and attend some of the fantastic networking events Dickinson Law hosts.
Why Dickinson Law?:
I chose Dickinson Law for the small size. I knew I would have the ability to cultivate meaningful relationships with the entire Dickinson Law family.
During my 1L summer, I worked for North Penn Legal Services (NPLS) and provided legal aid to low-income individuals. I chose NPLS because there is a pervasive need for assistance in legal services. As such, there is no shortage of work or opportunity to learn and grow! While there, I was exposed to various areas of substantive civil law and gained a great deal of practical experience. This was the perfect 1L summer position to further develop my advocacy skills.
Constitutional Law—nothing is more important than understanding and protecting the fundamental rights of every human being.
Something You Love About Carlisle:
The small town charm.
Advice for Prospective Law Students:
When you get here, enjoy the ride while you can—time flies.
On Choosing A Law School:
I wish I knew the importance of doing your own research. It is especially important to speak one-on-one with current law students to get their perspectives. Also, go with your gut.
You’d Never Guess That… :
I taught myself how to play the flute at age 12.