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"We learned that there is a lot more work that goes into being a litigator that isn’t just trial focused."
"I am excited to put the skills and knowledge I gained this summer to use through continued client advocacy."
"My parents' immigration story always shaped the career path I envisioned for myself."
"Working at the ACLU was a great experience for my future career goals."
"Within my first month, I was sitting second chair for a felony charge that ended up pleading out the first day of trial."
"In less than six months, I went from writing a note to sitting at the table with the same people who are leading the national charge against the proposal."
"This experience enabled me to see the powerful role that attorneys can play in promoting access to justice and inspired me to pursue a career as a public interest attorney."
"I came to law school not just to become an attorney, but to become an ambassador for my clients and the law."
"Rutgers Law has prepared me for this summer in a number of ways."
"There is beauty in those who continue to pursue justice for the most vulnerable of us."