During a normal summer, Judge Philip Berger Jr. of the North Carolina Court of Appeals puts together a program for the law students who spend time between semesters interning for the court’s 15 judges. In something of a soup to nuts course on how state law is made and interpreted in the Tar Heel State, the interns usually meet with the state attorney general, lawyers with the public defender’s office, as well as lawyers for the governor and state legislature.

Well, needless to say, this has not been a normal summer in Raleigh, or anywhere else, really. 

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