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Addison Garside, a Political Science major, interned with the Utah State Legislature during the Winter of 2020. Read more about her incredible experience here!
Through her internship at Ventura County District Attorney's Office, Emilie Stiles was able to appreciate everyone deserves to have their rights vindicated.
Through his internship, Tanner Schenewark discovered that a career path at a large law firm is a path that he would like to follow as well as grow as a person in an international setting. Learn more about his internship here!
In the Office of International Affairs, Shannon Havlicak reviewed criminal cases from countries to see if they qualified for mutual legal assistance from the U.S. or if they had enough proof to order the extradition of a fugitive living in the U.S. Learn more about her experience in the U.S. Department of Justice.
Christian Sonderegger's internship with Fillmore Spencer let him experience a wide variety of types of law; including: including personal injury, criminal appeals, family law, immigration, mergers and acquisitions, contract law, property disputes, employment law, and others. Discover what types he found more interesting!
Brian Casper's internship with the Public Defenders Office let him see the importance of criminal defense. For him, the most important part of the criminal justice system is to protect society and help those whose lives have fallen apart. Learn more about his internship here!
Marissa Paxman was able to research with and be mentored by Justice John A. Pearce of the Utah Supreme Court in her internship. Learn more about it here!