Having worked as an engineer before starting law school, Chris Ricciuti knew he wanted to launch a career in intellectual property law. His Co-op placement at Woodcock Washburn was an important step towards reaching his goal.
McCall’s years in law school gave him many opportunities to understand the law and gain experience with professional practice. Classes like Business Organizations provided critical tools for tackling tasks in McCall’s co-op placement with Spector Gadon & Rosen, where he was supervised by Alan B. Epstein, chair of the firm’s Employment Law Practice Group.
At the end of Sanders’ second year, when she hoped to arrange a co-op placement that would take full advantage of her science background while immersing her in the worlds of law and litigation. Sanders credits Co-op Program Director Reena Parambath with helping her arrange a placement with Judge Sue L. Robinson of the U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware.