Beasley Allen welcomed several law clerks this summer from law schools across Alabama and the Eastern United States. Though some of our law clerks have been with us for months or even years, we welcomed more than 10 new law students into our ranks this summer to allow them to gain real-world legal experience.
Over the summer, our law clerks have been given an insightful look into the word of each of our Sections. They have even been able to hear Alabama Supreme Court arguments. They were also able to have lunch with newly appointed Justice Will Sellers. Though mostly from law schools across the state, including Faulkner’s Thomas Goode Jones School of Law and the University of Alabama School of Law, one law clerk traveled from Michigan and another from Wisconsin to spend time with us.
The students who clerked this summer include: Albert Copeland (University of Alabama School of Law), Ashley Ross (Michigan State University School of Law), Daniel Roach (Faulkner University’s Thomas Goode Jones School of Law), Danielle Ingram (Thomas Goode Jones School of Law, Sara McCabe (University of Alabama School of Law), Will Hodge (Thomas Goode Jones School of Law), Adele Mantiply (University of Alabama School of Law), Quanisha Holloway (Thomas Goode Jones School of Law), Justin Nolen (University of Alabama School of Law), Kristen Beavers (Thomas Goode Jones School of Law), LaSheryl Dotch, who was admitted to the Alabama State Bar in May, Olivia Jones (Thomas Goode Jones School of Law), Megan Williams (Thomas Goode Jones School of Law), and Bethesda Zewdie (University of Wisconsin Law School).
We hope that through their experiences at the firm, these law clerks are better able to understand the differences between studying law and practicing law and the ways they can help make an impact through their chosen profession. Many of the law clerks who were with us this summer will be with us through the Fall, allowing them to further develop the skills they will need to be successful in their careers.
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