The Administrative Conference of the United States welcomes our Summer 2013 interns! We received more than 150 applications—the largest number we have ever had—for only four spots. The four interns joining us this summer have impressive backgrounds and diverse experiences, as seen in their biographies below.
- Jacquelyn Bolen is a rising 2L at the University of Richmond School of Law. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Virginia in History, with a minor in Bioethics. Previously, Jacquelyn worked as a Legislative Analyst at Williams & Jensen, PLLC in Washington, D.C., where she focused on energy, healthcare, and telecommunications issues.
- Laura Gaudreau is a rising 2L at the American University Washington College of Law. She is on the executive board of the Moot Court Honor Society and will be competing in the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Competition this year. She is also a member of the International Trade and Investment Society. In addition to a law degree, she is currently pursuing her masters at the American University School of International Service. Prior to law school, Laura graduated with a Bachelors of Arts from Allegheny College, where she majored in Political Science.
- Arjun Ravi is a rising 2L at Cornell Law School. Before law school, he attended the University of California, Davis, where he received degrees in Political Science and Economics. Arjun previously worked as a research assistant for the UC Davis Political Science Department, helping to organize and record various empirical studies.
- Audi Syarief is a rising 2L at the University of Virginia. He graduated from Rutgers University with a degree in Political Science and minors in Psychology, History, and Economics. Audi is currently on the editorial board of the Virginia Law & Business Review. In the past, he managed Model United Nations conferences for the Institute for Domestic & International Affairs. Audi was also a teaching assistant for an upper-level writing course at Rutgers.
Our interns will be working on a variety of projects, including projects relating to international regulatory cooperation and federal administrative adjudication. They will have the opportunity to see the administrative state up close by attending workshops, meetings, and hearings. We have a fun and intellectually challenging summer ahead. To our Summer 2013 interns, again, welcome aboard!