Every year, NAAG hosts interns from across the country to provide meaningful opportunities for undergraduate and law students to gain valuable work experience, refine their skills and learn about the work of Attorneys General in various legal and policy areas. Interns work alongside NAAG Counsel and participate in a number of other activities to supplement their learning experience.
is the Cybercrime Law Clerk from the University of Mississippi Law School. In the fall, he will return to school for his final year and will work as a member of the Mississippi Law Journal. Later this summer, John will be interning for the Chief Justice James W. Smith, Jr. of the Mississippi Supreme Court. He previously interned at the Mississippi Court of Appeals and the House Committee on Energy and Commerce in Washington, D.C. After graduating from law school, John plans to pursue a career in public service in criminal law. John received his undergraduate degree in political science from Mississippi State University. John’s interests include fishing, golf, and playing guitar.
is the 2008 Bill Brown Scholarship recipient from Ohio Northern Petit College of Law. Bill Brown served as Ohio Attorney General from 1971-1983 and received his law degree from Ohio Northern University. The school established a scholarship in his honor, which is awarded annually to an incoming first-year student. Joy will be returning to school for her second year this fall and will work as a member of the school’s Law Review. Joy also participates in Street Law, a 10-week program for high school students to learn general aspects of the law and how to prepare and compete in an area wide mock trial competition. Joy obtained her undergraduate degree in history from Hillside College. She previously interned for Congressman Chris Chocola (R-Indiana) and at the Department of Homeland Security. Joy likes playing the piano and visiting art museums in her spare time.
is a rising fourth-year student at the University of Virginia where he is an Echols Scholar and the president of his fraternity. Sean is completing a double major in history and government and is planning to attend law school in the future. He worked for NAAG last year on a large health privacy project and the year before as a Congressional intern on Capitol Hill. This summer, in addition to working as a public policy intern with NAAG, he will be vacationing in Scandinavia for two weeks. Sean’s hobbies include weightlifting, tennis and going to used bookstores and local coffee shops.