Law student interns with legislature

Published: January 16th, 2001

Category: News Briefs

Law student James McDonald will be one of four students to represent UF as interns with the 2001 Florida Legislature. The Legislative Internship Program is designed to allow exceptional UF students to participate in state government at the highest levels. McDonald, a third-year student originally from Mississippi, will work with state Rep. Ed Jennings Jr. (DGainesville). McDonald has been involved with the National Black Law Students Association and trial advocacy competitions. Students receive UF internship credit, and will travel to Tallahassee prior to and during the 2001 legislative session.

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