Taft Minneapolis pro bono law clerk Emily Kennedy was recently featured in an article in Hennepin Lawyer. In this profile, Kennedy shares her experience as a law student and law clerk in her response to 10 interview-style questions.
“Working as a Pro Bono Law Clerk is a great way to remind myself of the fact that I was drawn to this profession because I want to help. At Taft, I get to help people who really need it, work on incredibly interesting cases in a wide variety of practice areas, and learn from amazing attorneys who are dedicated to giving back to their communities,” answered Kennedy when asked about her role.
Read the full feature here.
Kennedy is a third-year law student at the University of Minnesota Law School and pro bono law clerk working in Taft Minneapolis. She received her undergraduate degree at Metropolitan State University.