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Justice Bret Busby and Cooke Kelsey at the First Court of Appeals in Houston.

Full-Court Press

Each summer, a large contingent of UT Law students take to the courts, interning with state appellate and federal judges in Texas and across the country.


The Law School's U.S. Attorney internship program and Advanced Criminal Prosecution Seminar allow students to work with and learn from lawyers in the U.S. Attorney's Office in Austin. Professor Susan Klein, left, teaches the seminar with Anthony Brown, '86, far right, chief assistant United States attorney for the Austin Division of the Western District of Texas. The 2011 U.S. Attorney interns are at center, from left, Della Sentilles, Michael Vitris, and Ingrid Grobey. Not pictured is intern Drew Pennebaker.

Learning to Prosecute

The Advanced Criminal Prosecution Seminar and U.S. Attorney Internship Program give students a rare opportunity to gain practical, real-world experience in the world of federal prosecution.


UT Law student selected for Access to Justice Summer Internship Program

First-year UT Law student Adriana Bole has been selected to participate in the Access to Justice Summer Internship Program. Bole, one of only fourteen law students from around the United States selected for the program, will spend her summer internship with the Paso del Norte Civil Rights Project in El Paso.