1L Andrew Goforth talks about his experience as a former military intelligence analyst before coming to law school.
I started undergrad as an engineering major at Oklahoma State University. Shortly after my first seven o’clock Calculus class, I was on track for a degree in business. After 9-11, and the following emotional “war on terror” announcement, most of the discussions heard around campus were filled with questions about the country’s direction, the job market, and what changes students would make to be marketable in a post 9-11 world.
Rising 3L Erin Potter shares her experience as 2012 Honors Law Clerk in the EPA’s Office of Enforcement and Compliance Assurance (OECA) at the EPA Headquarters in Washington, D.C.
OECA (oh-ee-ka) pursues enforcement of the nation’s environmental laws and regulations and provides compliance assistance to areas that yield environmental benefit or reduce risk to human health. I am assigned to the Water Enforcement Division (WED) which focuses on the Clean Water Act and the Safe Drinking Water Act as it applies to municipalities, industries, and other point sources or public drinking water systems as defined by the statutes.
Nichole Saunders interned with the Sierra Club this summer and shares her story.
Hello from beautiful San Francisco! I am one of the lucky few to have landed a full time internship in the national headquarters of Sierra Club’s Environmental Law Program.
Last night, I had the pleasure of visiting with two of our TU Law students at a reception. The 2L has secured a competitive externship placement this summer and told the 1L she could do the same.
The 1L was hesitant about her ability to do so. The 2L gave her great advice: As long as you are sincere about your career intentions and work hard, you will find what you are seeking, but you must always have your game face on!