NCLA Internship Spotlight
Summer Law Clerk
Law School: Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law
Expected Graduation: 2024
Hometown: Granville, OH
Campus Activities: The Federalist Society
Hobbies: Running, Reading, and visiting D.C.’s many monuments and museums
What were your duties as an NCLA intern? Writings memos, writing a blog post, conducting legal research, and reading briefs
What did you most enjoy about your internship? Working on and being exposed to material at the intersection of administrative law and constitutional law is unique and rewarding opportunity.
What interesting thing(s) did you learn about Administrative Law? New rules are being added every day, it’s shocking how large the body of law is and how it continues to grow.
How might you use what you’ve learned later in your professional career? Legal writing for a purpose other than a class introduces new challenges. These experiences imparted many valuable lessons that I will take with me for the rest of my legal career.
Any advice for other students who want to intern at NCLA in the future? Familiarize yourself with the APA, read Chevron, and pay attention in your constitutional law class much of the concepts will prove valuable at the NCLA.