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She specializes in bacterial virulence factor gene expression during infections using techniques that include molecular biology, genomics, and microscopy. Once a client had their questions answered and were armed with information instead of hearsay, they generally seemed less scared and more hopeful. While the immigration process can be unsympathetic and inflexible, I hope my work at Refugee & Immigration Services made a small difference by making the clients feel capable, protected, and valued. I learned more though this hands-on experience than I could possibly learn in any class. Being able to experience a case from start to finish and prep the materials for it and look at the evidence helped me to visualize and understand how criminal courts actually run.

The family will receive friends in the Harding Funeral Home nexxt Saturday (November 19, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.), with a service at the funeral home to follow at 1 p.m.. Now, the local social club for adults with disabilities announces the third. As a litigation intern, my work largely entailed working on research and memo writing. My favorite donald mobelini case work was one that will be heard in front of the U.S. I did research highlighting the importance of diversity which ended up being used in the final brief! Additionally, I helped work on a voting rights case in the 5th Circuit which brought vote denial claims under the Voting Rights Act on behalf of voters in Houston.

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I made a difference this summer when I drafted sentencing memoranda to judges addressing adverse life experiences and traumas that clients suffered before committing their present offense. As an intern, I was able to observe all different kinds of criminal hearings, sit in on attorney-client meetings, and I did a lot of writing/ research projects. From my perspective, interns’ greatest impact on the community is in the relationships we form with clients and their families. I worked closely with one client who was initially charged with an offense that carried a 30-year mandatory minimum which was the result of a questionable police stop. My worked focused on Reentry Legal Services which refers to the time when people are being released from incarceration and returning to their communities. I learned that with legal aid services, people going through reentry can have reduced likelihood of economic instability, homelessness, and relapse of criminal behavior.

With that knowledge, we are able to make policy recommendations to the Department of Health Services about how to reduce or prevent instances of abuse or neglect for people with disabilities. This unit of Legal Action helps tenants know their rights and protects them from predatory landlords attempting to take advantage of low income tenants. We assist tenants by representing them in small claims court and protect them from unnecessary damages, unlawful evictions, and any other unlawful activity that landlords attempt to get away with. And when eviction and damages are appropriately pursued by landlords, we assist the tenant by helping them navigate their next steps in the legal process.

I worked with the agency by helping the team of attorneys do legal research in many different areas of regulatory law like forestry, wildlife, drinking water, and remediation. Most of the time I would be finding prior case law to explain the scope of the Department’s authority to make decisions within its express statutory authority. The DNR is an important part of the state government because of the amount of land it owns and its interactions with the community in deciding how to use the land to be sustainable for the future. One area of legal research that had an impact on the community was finding the standard for negligence when a public utility fails to take proper care to inspect its poles and someone gets injured.