2L Kimberly Fink gives an overview of Water Week 2013 and highlights some of the topics discussed.
Water Week 2013, hosted by TU Law’s SERL program, REELS, and the Energy Law Journal, proved to be another success. TU students and faculty and legal practitioners were enlightened by four experts in water law speaking from very diverse perspectives.
2L Margo Shipley shares her experience as a student clinic intern in the Immigrants’ Rights Project at The University of Tulsa College of Law’s Boesche Legal Clinic.
A second-year student comments on the Hartrick Symposum, an event for students and young attorneys interested in careers in the energy sector, held on March 1 and 2, 2013.
The Hartrick Symposium, was a fantastic experience that provided a rich blend of opportunities for professional networking and insight from energy law practitioners.
3L Todd Arnold discusses the value of working at the non-profit law firm Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma.
I began working with Legal Aid Services in August of 2012. I was able to obtain a paid internship for both the fall and spring semester of my 3L year. The internship was particularly attractive to me since it requires an immense amount of attention to detail, without an abundance of trial litigation. The transactional side of the legal profession is where I will be spending most of my professional career, and an internship with the Bankruptcy Division was a great start in helping me pursue employment in that direction.