Hannah Barton is a junior at Northwestern University and a former intern at the Institute for Inclusion in the Legal Profession. She is also considering a career as an attorney. In this series, Hannah interviewed a diverse cross-section of law students about their law school expectations, experiences and aspirations. Has the pandemic, the Black Lives Matter protests, and the legal profession’s reactions and responses altered their perceptions about the practice of law? Will patterns emerge in the subjects’ responses? Will their thoughts align with your assumptions about law students? Read “What Do Law Students Think?” to find out.
By Hannah Barton
Hannah Barton, one of the IILP summer interns, has returned to school at Northwestern University. This video is a collection of excerpts from interviews she conducted during her internship for the “What Do Law Students Want” series. We hope it will give voice to the blogs you’ve already read, and serve as a teaser for future the blogs in the series that will be published each Wednesday.
Follow this link to the video: https://youtu.be/q7cwo-kuFvI
Hannah, we will miss you, but wish you all the best in your junior year!