As a result of TU College of Law’s continued push for experiential learning opportunities, I was able to participate in a Summer Externship with Garrett Law Center, PLLC. I chose this firm in order to maximize my exposure to a variety of different legal fields and do so under the mentor ship of accomplished attorneys in each of these fields.
Summertime is precious to all law students. It is when we supplement our classroom knowledge with practical experience to prepare us for the “real world.” However, as a rising 3L graduating in December, I felt added pressure to maximize my learning and practice skills during these summer months. Externing at Garrett Law Center has helped me achieve this goal, while providing an invaluable experience.
Baby Veronica custody case not over yet
Published by the Tulsa World, Thursday, July 25, 2013
By Michael Overall
After a 19th century U.S. Supreme Court decision that set an important precedent for tribal sovereignty, President Andrew Jackson supposedly mocked the chief justice. “John Marshall has made his decision,” he reportedly said. “Now let him enforce it.” That quote came to mind when Jason Aamodt, an expert on tribal law, thought about the latest twists in the Baby Veronica case. “South Carolina has made its decision,” said Aamodt, an assistant dean at the University of Tulsa’s law school. “Now let’s see if they can enforce it.”
The South Carolina Supreme Court announced Wednesday that it wouldn’t reconsider last week’s order to take custody away from Veronica’s Cherokee father.
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.