Undergraduate Blog / Author: Christine Park

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Sworn In: NJ Notary Public

My coworker and I walked out of the office and headed to the county clerk’s office in the middle of the day. When we were having dinner together with a couple of other coworkers the other night, the head of the real estate department suggested that we become notary publics. We both applied afterwards, and…

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“Korea” in the Greater New York Area

Interning at a Korean American law firm, I often found myself working with (and learning from) both American and Korean cultures in various ways. 1. Client Interaction. Throughout my internship, I interacted with clients by translating in client meetings. Through this, I met various kinds of clients, from the CEO of an IT company to…

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I’m Going to Court?

“Take a look at the calendar. If anything looks interesting, just ask if it is okay to tag along. Most attorneys will be more than happy to let you join.” One of the unique factors about my internship was that I was able to access almost all of the firm’s resources, including the internal calendar…

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Fitting In

“For law school interns only.” I stared at the sign infront of my computer when I got to my cubicle on my first day. It did not take too long until I learned that my internship was geared towards law school students, and that I would have to work extra hard in order to make up…

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Business v. Law

My name is Christine Park, a rising junior at Babson College, studying Computational and Mathematical Finance and Legal Studies. As one of the recipients for the Internship Sponsorship Award for this summer, I will be blogging about my current summer internship as a legal assistant at Kim & Bae, P.C. To briefly describe the firm,…