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Smith Hulsey & Busey Welcomes Three Summer Associates for 2020

Smith Hulsey & Busey is proud to announce its 2020 class of summer associates. The three law students attend the University of Florida College of Law and begin their 8-week internship today.

“We’re pleased to welcome these talented students to the firm this summer,” said chairman Steve Busey. “We look forward to their assistance and providing them a well-rounded professional experience in our law firm.”

The Smith Hulsey & Busey 2020 summer associate class includes:

Caroline Bradley is an editor of the Florida Law Review, an ambassador for the college and a research assistant to Dean Emeritus Jon L. Mills. She previously interned with U.S. District Court Judge James R. Klindt in Jacksonville, and completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Southern Mississippi, where she interned at the school’s Athletic Compliance Office.

Saya Perez is an editor of the Florida Law Review, president of the Real Property Law Association and an officer of the Asian Pacific American Law Students Association. She is also working toward a master’s in real estate at UF’s Hough Graduate School of Business. Saya was a legal intern at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development in Jacksonville, and earned her bachelor’s degree from Florida International University.

Jackson Story serves on the staff for The Journal of Law & Public Policy. He served as a policy intern at the James Madison Institute in Tallahassee and most recently interned with U.S. District Court Judge Marcia Morales Howard in Jacksonville. He also earned his bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of Florida, where he was a columnist for The Independent Florida Alligator.

Saya Perez, Caroline Bradley and Jackson Story

Saya Perez, Caroline Bradley and Jackson Story

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