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Office: 713 743 2094
Fax: 713 743 2195
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Government and Nonprofit Externship Program

Kristina Van Arsdel
Director of the Externship Program
UH Law Center Adjunct Faculty 
Supervises the Government and Nonprofit Externship Program

Judicial Externship Program

Anna  Archer    Anna Archer
UH Law Center Adjunct Faculty
Supervises the summer Judicial Externship Program

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Professor Anna Archer has been working with University of Houston Law Center ("UHLC") interns/externs during the summers since 2008. She graduated from UHLC in 2006, worked for one year as a law clerk for Judge Samuel B. Kent, and then worked in the litigation section at Baker Botts for three years. She now works as a career law clerk for Judge Gray H. Miller in the Southern District of Texas, Houston Division.

Judicial Externship Program

Carey Worrell
UH Law Center Adjunct Faculty
Supervises the summer Judicial Externship Program

Carey graduated with honors from the University of Houston in 2000 with a degree in both Economics and Political Science.  Upon completing her undergraduate education, she went on to Harvard Law School, where she graduated with honors in 2003.  Since graduating from law school, Carey has held attorney positions in both the private and public sector.  She worked in the litigation section of a large Texas-based multi-practice law firm, where she worked on franchise disputes, insurance litigation, Medicare fraud prosecutions, and other commercial litigation matters at both the trial court and appellate level.  Carey also worked as a federal law clerk for two judges in the Southern District of Texas.  She has held a teaching position in the Economics Department at Harvard University and is currently an adjunct professor at the University of Houston School of Law.

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