This summer we have the privilege of hosting five interns in our office.  This past week we put on a summer barbecue to welcome everyone to our office. Read below to learn more about our interns.

Daniel Woodruff

Mr. Woodruff is attending University of Florida in the Honors College. He just finished his second year as an Industrial Engineering Major. Mr. Woodruff is a member of the Pre-Legal Honors Society and is the Mock Trial Chair. He anticipates attending law school upon completion of his degree. He looks forward to many years in public service. (Pictured below on the far right)

Thomas S. Seall

Mr. Seall is a rising third year law student attending the Levin College of Law at the University of Florida. He graduated from Rollins College in Winter Park with a degree in Public Policy and Political Economy in 2017. An Orlando native Mr. Seall graduated from Boone High School with honors in 2013.  In his free time, he enjoys traveling and spending time with his dog Angus.  (Pictured below in the center)

Julianna Burchett

Ms. Burchett is currently a second-year law student at Barry University School of Law in Orlando. During her 1L year, she was awarded a Fellowship from the Florida Bar Foundation, which led her to intern with the Seminole County Legal Aid. Prior to law school, Ms. Burchett graduated from the University of Tennessee with a degree in Environmental Science. (Pictured below on the far left)

Jon Prusinowski

Mr. Prusinowski is native to Philadelphia and moved to Florida to pursue his post-secondary education. He graduated from Florida Atlantic University with a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice. He is currently a rising third year law student at Barry University School of Law in Orlando, FL where he holds the executive board position of Note and Comment Editor for the Environmental and Earth Law Journal. He is also a member of the Barry Chapter of the American Constitution Society.

Sandra Ekiyor-katimi

Ms. Ekiyor-katimi is an international student from Nigeria studying Interdisciplinary Studies at The University of Central Florida. She has always been passionate about social media and the legal field, and her major merges those passions because her disciplines are Computational Science and Legal Studies with a minor in Digital Media. Her plan is to one day own her own agency where she manages and is counsel for social media influencers.