University of Colorado School of Law student Kate Armstrong spent her 10-week summer internship at technology consulting firm Ciber Inc., sitting in on business deals, observing the general counsel’s interaction with other executives, researching overseas laws and writing draft agreements.

“I had been thinking that going in-house might be right for me, but I really wasn’t sure,” the third-year student said recently. “I’m a lot more confident in that direction now, and I’ve made some valuable connections.”

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