Past Intern Updates: Timothy Allen

Timothy Allen from Issues 3 and 4 gives us an update on his whereabouts.

After my time with Superstition Review, I graduated from ASU magna cum laude in 2010 and was accepted to ASU’s law school for the fall of that same year. During my first summer as a law student I was accepted to the Blackstone Fellowship – a prestigious program put on by the Alliance Defending Freedom to train young law students. As a part of that program I spent the summer in Alaska working for a law firm up there before I was successfully commissioned a Blackstone Fellow in the Fall of 2011. Now, in my third year of law school, I am desperately looking forward to graduation next spring, and working as a legal intern for an air ambulance company in North Scottsdale. I plan to work in healthcare law after graduation (if I can find work), but will not be limiting myself to Arizona employers – I also plan to look for work in Florida (Disney (of course)), Texas, and Washington state.

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4 thoughts on “Past Intern Updates: Timothy Allen

  • February 17, 2013 at 2:26 pm
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    It’s exciting to see all of the different directions interns go in after their time with Superstition Review. Congrats on your upcoming graduation, Timothy!

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  • February 23, 2013 at 11:19 am
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    Congrats, Timothy! Nice to be reminded that, for better or worse, there is a life after college!

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  • February 25, 2013 at 6:49 pm
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    I was hired by Disney last year but had to turn it down for personal reasons. A good friend of mine DID work for Disney though, and she has told me that a lot of the experiences she had there helped her with her college classes. I can imagine that this internship would do the same. It will help prepare you to work for such a reputable company such as Disney. Good luck!

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  • February 26, 2013 at 5:08 am
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    Best of luck to you! It was really interesting learning about your experiences after Superstition Review!

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