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Tips for Succeeding this Summer at a Government Internship

Last week, I had the opportunity to attend a panel discussion composed of public service employers discussing the problems that arise with their interns during the summer.  Based on the discussion, here are a few tips to help you succeed and make a positive impression during your summer working at a state or federal agency. Change of mindset – Realize that even as an  Continue Reading »

February 3 – 7

Kelly Gorman ’15

This summer, I externed for Senior United States District Judge E. Richard Webber.  During my time, I learned about the federal courts – how they work; how different judges maintain order; how attorneys interact with one another; and how court motions are made and ruled on. I also observed the inter-workings of a chamber.  I  Continue Reading »

Jordan Mason ’13

This summer, I had the wonderful opportunity to explore healthcare law in a hospital setting by serving as an administrative intern at Boone Hospital Center. Not only was I able to gain practical experience, I decided that healthcare law is going to shape my career path. My supervising attorney showed me the many facets of  Continue Reading »