My Name is Intern

Students share their experiences on interning with the Ninth Circuit

So you’re about to graduate and excited to launch into your professional career. Not so fast. Maximize your employability by interning or volunteering in your field of study. Interns learn valuable on-the-job skills and gain keen insight about the workforce and their career field.

In this podcast, Judge Lauten speaks with Kingman Keating and Lauren Edmonds, who spent this summer interning at the Ninth Circuit. From their vantage point, they give listeners a behind-the-scenes glimpse of what it’s like to work at the courthouse, including some lessons learned and some unexpected revelations.

Kingman Keating is a fourth generation Orlando native and a third generation University of Florida law student. Also an Orlando native, Lauren Edmonds is a Florida State rising senior majoring in Communications and Sociology.

In this episode

Frederick J. Lauten

Podcast Moderator

Judge Lauten is currently the Chief Judge for the Ninth Judicial Circuit Court of Florida. He has served as a Judge since 1993.

Lauren Edmonds

Student Intern

Lauren Edmonds is an Orlando native and a Florida State rising senior majoring in Communications and Sociology.

Kingman Keating

Student Intern

Kingman Keating is a fourth generation Orlando native and a third generation University of Florida law student.

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Episode 29

Conversations Beyond the Courtroom.
Run time 12:37

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