NCLA Internship Spotlight
Law School: George Mason University – Antonin Scalia Law School
Expected Graduation: 2024
Hometown: White Plains, NY
Campus Activities: Federalist Society
Hobbies: Reading (specifically historical fiction and mysteries), baking, and yoga
What were your duties as an NCLA intern? I did research for cases the firm is working on and assisted the attorneys with preparing for litigation on various constitutional and administrative law issues.
What did you most enjoy about your internship? The people who work here are both enjoyable to be around and are so committed to NCLA’s incredible mission of defending citizens against the overreach of the administrative state. It’s a good feeling to know that I can help contribute to the crucial work that they’re doing.
What interesting thing(s) did you learn about Administrative Law? I haven’t taken an Administrative Law course yet, so everything we learned here has been an educational experience.
Any advice for other students who want to intern at NCLA in the future? This is a great place to work around excellent people who are doing integral work. The clerkship program is structured well, and you will have the opportunity to assist on a wide range of issues and will get to learn from everyone at the firm. In addition to all that there is to learn at the NCLA, the clerks are also encouraged to go out and learn from the greater DC legal community.