It is a position some law students only dream of but for Andrew McMahon, pictured on the left, interning with the Attorney General of Ireland was not only a reality but also an experience unlike any other.
This past June, Andrew spent every weekday morning interning with the highest legal officer in Ireland where he was able to contribute on intern projects, draft reports and research legal issues concerning immigration and asylum. His background in both European Union law and business provided him a firm foundation upon which to excel in his internship with the Attorney General.
I heard about TU from the LSAC. I actually applied for admission to four Law Schools through LSAC, and was offered admission by all, but I chose TU because of the energy law concentration program.
Robert Paulsen has been busy this summer working as an intern with Judge Linda Morrissey and volunteering his time with the Dewey Bartlett campaign in Tulsa. Urban Tulsa Weekly sat down with Paulsen to get his thoughts on the importance of volunteer work.
3L Christopher Garner discusses the important practical experience and skills he has gained as an extern for The Honorable Linda G. Morrissey, District Judge of the District Court of Tulsa County.
I began my externship with Judge Linda Morrissey at the beginning of this semester. I saw this opportunity listed on Symplicity and thought that it would be great to add to my resume. This experience has essentially been a practical lesson in civil procedure.