FSU Law Students Serving as Gubernatorial Fellows and Florida House Legislative Interns
We are very proud to have several FSU Law students currently serving as Gubernatorial Fellows and Florida House Legislative Interns. Through both of these outstanding programs, our students are gaining invaluable experience related to the law and public policy.
The nine-member 2020-21 Florida Gubernatorial Fellows Class XVI includes five FSU Law students! Students have been serving as fellows since August, working in key areas of state government and interacting with many of the state’s top leaders. Congratulations to (top L-R) 3L Christina Castillo, who is working at the Department of Education; 2L Zuriel Denmark, who is working at the Department of Environmental Protection; 3L Cooper Harrison, who is working at the Agency for Health Care Administration; (bottom L-R) 2L Maggie McCormick, who is working at the Department of Management Services; and Daniel Murphy, who is working at the Division of Emergency Management.
The 2021 Florida House Legislative Intern class of nine includes eight FSU Law students! Through this program, students are assigned to work for different Florida House committees and are immersed in the legislative process. They are gaining immeasurable insight into the inner workings of government. Congratulations to (clockwise from top left) 2L Katie Bauman, who is working with the Education & Employment Committee; 2L Marin Donnelly, who is working in the Majority Office; 3L Salim Douaihy, who is working with the Health & Human Services Committee; 3L Grant Haas, who is working with the Commerce Committee; 2L Paul Repper, who is working with the Rules Committee; 3L Roberta Skinner, who is working with the Pandemics & Public Emergencies Committee; 3L Conner Timoney, who is working with the Public Integrity & Elections Committee; and 3L Lydia Walsh, who is working with the Judiciary Committee.
Posted on March 12, 2021