Georgetown University Law Center. February 4, 2015. Photo by Diego M. Radzinschi/THE NATIONAL LAW JOURNAL. (Diego M. Radzinschi)
We’re taking a peek at law students’ summer jobs through the experiences of three students from top law schools. One is delving into immigration law. Another hopes to carve out a niche in regulatory practice. And a third explores what it’s like to work in-house at a leading facet of the sharing economy. Though they are learning in different areas, they already know this — everything is possible when you dream big and work hard. — Lisa Helem, NLJ managing editor
For Georgetown 2L, All Roads Lead to Service
Getting arrested for civil disobedience wasn’t exactly what Robin Seegers expected when the Georgetown Law student landed a summer internship with CASA de Maryland, working on immigration cases.
Harvard 3L Aims to Carve Niche in Regulation
Regulatory law doesn’t seem as sexy as litigation or mergers and acquisitions to most law students. But to Michael Adame, the complex realm of government regulation has long been a source of fascination.
Berkeley 2L Heads In-House
Sacha Morris, a rising 2L at UC Berkeley School of Law, is living a dream she’s had since grade school. “I’ve wanted to be a lawyer since I was maybe 12 years old,” Morris says.