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Law Library Summer Interns – 2013 Edition

 

Law Library Interns 2013

The Law Library summer interns of 2013 gather at the globe in front of the Reading Room. (from L to R): Camille DiFolco; Svitlana Vodyanyk; Ashley Munro; Hillary Ott; Sanaz Alasti; Wilfried Tchangoe; Rosha Canavan; Richard Wismer; Antoinette Ofosu-Kwakye; Aliullah Shefaju.

The Law Library was fortunate this summer to have a large group of interns working with the Global Legal Research team, Collection Services Division, and Public Services Division.  The individuals hailed from around the globe, including FranceIreland, South Africa, Afghanistan, and the United States and helped with projects that directly impacted the Library’s research, collections, and patrons. 

Recently, we were able to gather ten of the interns for a photo – a rare feat, given how busy they usually are!  To find out more about what they did this summer, take a look at the interviews with Wilfried Tchangoue, Richard Wismer, Mark Niedziela, Svitlana Vodyanyk, and Antoinette Ofosu-Kwakye and guest posts by Hillary Ott and Antoinette.

One Comment

  1. Hon AdeDayo Ariyo
    August 2, 2013 at 10:03 am

    The Government Of the United States Of America has Provide all Neccessary Global AMINITIES for other Countries to duwell in the Law Library for their Legal Research.

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