Drew counsels first, second, and third-year students and coordinates various California Western public interest programs, including the Pro Bono and Public Service programs, the Pro Bono Fair, the Access to Law Initiative's public service component, and others. He received his Juris Doctor degree from CWSL in 2009 and Master of Laws degree from University of San Diego School of Law in 2010. As a Program Manager with the Consensus Organizing Center at San Diego State University (SDSU) from 2009-2014, Drew created A.I.M. for Law, a program to educate first-generation and inner-city students about the legal profession and motivate them to pursue careers in law. During that time he also managed a solo immigration law practice, supervised the CWSL City Heights Community Law Project, created and led a study abroad course to Costa Rica, tutored students for the California Bar Exam, and taught Master of Social Work courses at SDSU.