Fall Intern Profiles

Volume: 35 Issue: 1

(Note: The pdf for the issue in which this article appears is available for download: BIFOCAL Vol. 35, Issue 1.)

Candace K. Cliatt is a third-year law student at the University of Georgia School of Law located in Athens, GA. She is currently a member of the editorial board for the Georgia Journal of Intellectual Property and will graduate in May 2014. Ms. Cliatt received a B.A. in English Literature, magna cum laude, from Georgia State University. During her 1L and 2L summers, she worked as a law clerk for the Barnes Law Group in Marietta, GA, under former governor of Georgia, Roy E. Barnes. There, she researched and drafted legal memoranda for ongoing litigation regarding issues in personal injury, medical malpractice, and complex business litigation. She recently interned with Woodhouse, LLC, where she worked on cases involving corporate and business law issues and insurance subrogation. While at the Commission, Ms. Cliatt is researching the status of state POLST legislation as well as the restoration of rights upon termination of guardianship.

Daniel Joslyn is a second-year law student at The George Washington University Law School in Washington, D.C., where he currently is a staff member for the Federal Communications Law Journal. Mr. Joslyn received his B.A. in Communications from Baldwin Wallace College in Berea, OH. Prior to law school Mr. Joslyn worked as Policy Aide for Health and Human Services in the Ohio House of Representatives. He later worked as a legal assistant at a small firm in Las Vegas, NV, specializing in wills and trusts and workers compensation cases. He spent Summer 2013 as a Legal Fellow for Young Invincibles, an advocacy group for 18-34 year olds, where he worked on Health Care, Higher Education, and Employment issues. ■

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