Ms. Draper specializes in business litigation matters. She has extensive courtroom, trial, and arbitration experience, including oral argument and witness examination in multi-million dollar cases involving breaches of contract, unfair competition, partnership disputes, fraud, breaches of fiduciary duty, intellectual property disputes, accounting matters, and more. She has successfully represented a wide range of clients, including large and small public and private companies, government entities, and individuals.
At Northwestern, Ms. Draper was an Articles Editor for the Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property and worked for the Center on Wrongful Convictions.
Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Draper received a grant from the Owen L. Coon Foundation to study South Africa’s restorative justice practices. While working in South Africa with the Restorative Justice Centre, she conducted field research, developed the first comprehensive overview and report of the restorative justice movement in South Africa, and contributed to the Centre’s publication of Charting Progress, Mapping the Future: Restorative Justice in South Africa (2006).