How to Succeed and Impress in a Health Law Summer Internship and Beyond
The Health Law Section is excited to announce our new Law Student career podcast, "How to Succeed and Impress in a Health Law Summer Internship and Beyond." (MP3)
In our prior podcasts, we’ve provided a big picture of what health law is, discussed some of the practice areas within health law, how to enter the field of health law and be successful, and how to stay focused on a health law career even if you find yourself in a generalist practice.
On this podcast, we discuss how to succeed and impress in a health law summer internship and beyond, or – put simply – how to be a health law rockstar. You’ll hear from a variety of young lawyers who will share their insights on entering and succeeding in health law, including their own varied paths to doing so.
The panelists give practical guidance in how to succeed and impress those you work with in a summer internship, furthering your foothold in the health law arena.
Health Law Section Podcast Panel
Alex Flores, (Moderator), Law Student, University of New Mexico School of Law, Albuquerque,New Mexico, and President of Mexican American Law Students Association there.
Paul W. Pitts, Partner, Reed Smith, San Francisco, California
Rebecca L. Avitia, Associate, Bannerman & Johnson, P.A., Albuquerque, New Mexico, as well as Vice Chair to the ABA Health Law Section’s Membership Committee and Healthcare Litigation and Risk Management Interest Group, and President of the New Mexico Hispanic Bar Association.
Matthew R. Fisher, Associate, Mirick O’Connell, Worcester, Massachusetts, as well as Chair of the ABA Young awyers Division Health Law Committee and Lead Coordinator for the American Health Lawyer Association Fraud & Abuse Practice Group's Web &Technology Committee.