Stephanie Gumabon-Greaver is a 3L who is also concurrently pursuing a Master of Bioethics (MBE) degree at the Perelman School of Medicine. She is from Lawrenceville, New Jersey, and attended Arcadia University where she majored in History with an International Studies minor, completing her senior thesis on Unit 731.
Prior to entering law school, she was fascinated with health law, and has continued to pursue and learn more about this field. For both her 1L and 2L summers, she worked as a summer associate at DLA Piper in Philadelphia, working with the litigation and regulatory groups. During these summers, she gained an interest in compliance and FDA matters, and is excited to hone these interests upon her return to the firm after graduation. While at Penn, Stephanie has sought to take advantage of as many opportunities as possible. During her 2L year, she was a member of the Vis Moot Court, an Associate Editor for the Journal of Constitutional Law, co-Internal Vice President for APALSA, an extern at Penn’s Office of General Counsel, and was the Mentorship Chair for FGP. As a 3L, she is a Teaching Assistant for Professor Taheripour at Wharton, acts as co-Conference Speaker Chair for APALSA, and is the Online Executive Editor for the Journal of International Law.
Outside of law school, Stephanie enjoys hiking, cooking (she finds a passion in recreating her favorite traditional Filipino meals to meet her pescatarian diet), spending time with her dog (and animals in general!), reading biographies and gothic Victorian novels, and immersing herself in learning about various historic events. She is excited to be a E&I Fellow for a second year!