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Susan Klein

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.

Opinion: Susan Klein and Charles Silver on Criminal Probe into Gulf Oil Spill in Huffington Post

Professor Susan Klein, Alice McKean Young Regents Chair in Law, and Professor Charles Silver, holder of the Roy W. and Eugenia C. MacDonald Endowed Chair in Civil Procedure, have written an opinion piece in Huffington Post on the controversy surrounding the U.S. Justice Department’s criminal probe into the recent oil spill in the Gulf Coast.