2L Lesley Smith discusses her summer internship at Williams, a Tulsa-based Fortune 200 energy company.
I could not have asked for a better 1L summer. This summer I interned in the legal department at Williams; the summer was fast-paced, busy, and full of learning opportunities. During my first year of law school I learned to “think like a lawyer.” At Williams, I learned how to think like an in-house lawyer.
1L John Andrew shares his experience working as an intelligence analyst for the U.S. Army before coming to law school.
Greetings! For those of you whom I haven’t met, I am John Andrew, and I just finished a stint as a Signals Intelligence Analyst for the U.S. Army. I’ve done this job off and on for the past 15 years or so, and I’m now a 1L here at the University of Tulsa College of Law.
Intelligence analysis is the gathering of raw intelligence information and placing it together into something that will assist either commanders on the battlefield or our government in its operation.
Hillary Hellmann discusses life and work at the Department of Defense before coming to law school.
Although only a few months removed from my undergraduate experience, I feel as though I am already a world away. Beginning law school has been such a whirlwind, but I am loving every minute of it and I cannot wait to see what the future brings. No matter what, though, I will never forget the inspiration that convinced me to attend law school more than a decade ago.
3L Rachael Hughes shares her summer externship experience at the Federal Election Commission.
I have been very fortunate to be an extern at the Federal Election Commission this summer. Working there has been a dream of mine because I have always had an interest in campaign finance and I even wrote my law review article on the topic. I am also happy to say that my experience has far exceeded any expectations I had before coming here.