Michael Kline and Milind Dongre, UGA law students interning in Guyana, were quoted in the Kaieteur News.
“There’s so much work to be done here, the action never stops. . . We get to sit with lawyers, ask questions and clarify things,” Kline said of his experience through the International Externship program of the University of Guyana. Said Dongre: “Back home we will never be allowed to practice like this. . . they are actually thrown into the system right after leaving law school. . . It’s good to be exposed to all different areas of law, getting a taste of everything including trial work.”