Finding the right case
She was hoping to work for an attorney, or maybe job shadow a judge.
Caysey Farmer, an IU East senior, wanted to use her junior spring internship to absorb as much of the judicial system as she could. She knew that any lawyer or judge that would accept her as an intern would not have time to explain nuanced laws and procedures, but any exposure to the legal system would be important.
She is graduating a year early and has already taken the law school entrance exam, at least as a practice run. Her plan is to become a lawyer. She is interested in criminal law, but hasn’t settled on that focus.
The Hagerstown resident is pursuing a double major in criminal justice and political science, with a minor in Spanish.