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New Haven law firm Carmody Torrance Sandak & Hennessey partnered with the Connecticut-based Lawyers Collaborative for Diversity this summer to host organization participant Angela Evans, a rising senior at Southern Connecticut State University, for an in-office summer internship for which she earned college credit toward a degree in political science.

Carmody partners Amanda Nugent and Tom Sansone, both of whom are part of the firm’s diversity, equity and inclusion team, developed a curriculum for Evans’s five-week internship with the goal of exposing her to as many aspects of the practice as possible. Evans met with partners in the firm’s real estate, litigation, immigration, ADR, employment, cyber security and data privacy and criminal practices, and performed substantive legal research and writing in her areas of interest, which included immigration law and criminal law.

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Michael Marciano

Michael Marciano is bureau chief of the Connecticut Law Tribune. He can be reached at [email protected] or call 646-957-3022. On Twitter: @BreakingCTLaw

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