Student, Stanford Law School
Neil Devani is a second year law student at Stanford Law School. A native Pennyslvanian, he attended Pennsylvania State University, earning a Bachelor of Science in Premedicine and Healthcare, Policy, and Administration in 2007. While there, he was a member of the Alpha Epsilon Delta Honor Society, a recipient of the Eberly College of Science Dean’s Scholarship, and a teaching assistant in the Healthcare, Policy, and Administration department. Directly after, Neil continued his education at the Drexel University College of Medicine in Philadelphia. After some soul-searching, he left medical school to focus on health care reform through a policy lens on Capitol Hill and a business lens at the Advisory Board Company.
Neil currently serves as a co-producer for the Stanford Law School Documentary Project, working on a film investigating the effects of California’s Three Strikes law. He also serves as co-chair of the Stanford Law Association’s Academic Committee, representing the student body in faculty hiring and curriculum decisions and also assisting first year students with the transition to law school. Prior to and throughout law school, Neil has been active in social entrepreneurship both through the non-profit organization Starting Bloc and through his own personal efforts.