The Center for Law and Social Justice is pleased to introduce our 2017 Summer Law Interns.
The interns work alongside CLSJ staff on policy, advocacy, research, and litigation initiatives. Summer interns are integral to all aspects of CLSJ’s work, including programmatic and strategic planning. The interns will experience an intellectually stimulating and exciting summer including a number of trips and learning excursions as part of their internship experience.
Meet our 2017 intern class:
T’Ajai Carrington, Penn State Law
T’Ajai Carrington is a rising second year law student at Penn State Law, a Charlotte, NC native and alumna of UNC Charlotte. Ms. Carrington is a strong advocate for social justice and looks forward to using her law degree to serve her community. In her spare time, Ms. Carrington loves taking her two dogs to the park or catching a Boston Celtics game on TV.
Kyung “Candice” Lee,Benjamin Cardozo School of Law
Kyung “Candice” Lee is a rising second year law student at Benjamin Cardozo School of Law, a first-generation immigrant and has called Brooklyn home for the past six years. Ms. Lee graduated from NYU with a bachelor’s degree in Applied Psychology, focusing on domestic violence and racial disparity in the criminal justice system. Her passion for public policy and social justice started with her interest in therapy treatment for disadvantaged communities.
Taylor Armstrong, Fordham University School of Law
Taylor Armstrong is a rising third year law student at Fordham University School of Law and holds a chemistry degree from Howard University. He is passionate about civil rights and criminal justice, and he desires to start his own criminal defense practice. He also has a passion for technology and using his intellectual property background assisting several startup ventures. Taylor is sports enthusiast who loves playing and watching basketball and soccer.