UT Law students will discuss their summer judicial internship experiences and how they secured their positions. Summer judicial internships are open to all students, including 1Ls. There are hundreds of summer judicial internship opportunities available throughout the nation and early December is a good time to begin sending out your applications. Three hours of academic credit is available through the UT Law Judicial Internship Program for internships with federal district, federal appellate, or state appellate judges who agree to participate in the UT Law program.
Panelists include the following 2Ls who interned with judges last summer: Garrett Martin, who interned for Judge Crone (U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas); Adam Prom, who interned for Magistrate Judge Gorence (U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin); Kelsie Krueger, who interned for Judge Keasler (Texas Court of Criminal Appeals) and Judge G. Miller (U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas); and Carlos Mejias, who interned for Justice Lehrmann (Supreme Court of Texas). Moderated by Professor Mary Crouter, who directs the UT Law Judicial Internship Program.
Pizza will be served. RSVP by Monday, December 3, on UT Law Symplicity by selecting the “Events” tab.