When Podhurst Orseck’s Kristina Infante was an undergrad in college, she was already a fully fledged ”Supreme Court junkie,” who jumped at the chance to work on Northwestern University’s “Oyez Project,” aimed at making archived audio from U.S. Supreme Court arguments accessible to everyone.

That meant spending four years listening to hundreds of oral arguments, syncing transcripts with audio and preparing them for online publication. And it led to an internship at the Supreme Court, where she rushed from one justice’s chambers to the next, delivering documents and handling administrative tasks for the marshal’s office — all before stepping foot in law school.