Oklahoma City University School of Law ’22
Texas A&M University ’19
This week, the other interns and I were tasked with researching the admissibility of social media evidence into federal and state courts since FRE 902 (14) was amended in 2017. I was able to see more of the collaborative side of how SLG works and I truly think it is imperative to the practice of law and I’m grateful to be a part of it. I continue to be amazed by Mrs. Amy and all of the other associates here!
UNT Dallas College of Law ’23
UNT Dallas ’20
This week at Stewart Law Group has been filled with lots of legal research and writing opportunities. I am truly grateful to be able to sharpen and refine those skills, as they are traits essential to all lawyers. Further, I was able to assist one of the Of Counsels with discovery by drafting interrogatories and requests for production. I really enjoy being able to work on real cases involving real clients for SLG.
Baylor University ’20
This week at SLG, I attended a deposition, collaborated with other SLAM interns in writing an article, and assisted associates on various tasks. Throughout the week, I learned the importance of working diligently and attentively. I was very grateful to meet several attorneys here at SLG who graciously guided me through my first days. I look forward to gaining more valuable experience that will carry me throughout law school and as an attorney!
University of Texas Austin School of Law ’23
University of Texas Austin ’20
This week, we had the opportunity to work on an article that discussed the admissibility of social media posts in Texas courts and federal courts. We also had the opportunity to help research various issues for a case in Georgia that is set to go to trial next week. This week really showcased the value of collaboration and teamwork. I noticed that everyone at SLG truly values working together to produce the best work product and it has been an amazing thing to witness!