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WTO Welcomes 10 2024 Summer Law Clerks

Date: 05.28.24

WTO is proud to highlight the 10 law clerks spending the summer at the firm. These students will assist WTO lawyers on various client matters. They will conduct legal research, draft memos and motions, and help prep cases.

Back row, left to right: Kai Thompson, Taylor Courchaine, Hank Legan, Cat Charleston
Front row, left to right: Mohammed Kredan, Danyaal Waheed, Angelica Perez, Audrey Pham, Jill Burnham, Sy Charles

About our 2024 summer law clerks:

Danyaal Waheed, 2L, University of Colorado Law School
Danyaal spent last summer at WTO as well. Fun fact: Danyaal loves history and currently is fascinated with Indian subcontinent history.

Audrey Pham, 2L, University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School 
Audrey also is returning to WTO for the second summer in a row. Fun fact: Audrey can write upside down.
Angelica Perez,2L, University of Denver – Sturm College of Law
Angelica is spending a second summer at WTO as well. Fun fact: The most recent book she read was “Yellowface” by R. F. Kuang. 
Jill Burnham, University of Colorado Law School 
Jill was an assistant paralegal at WTO prior to law school. Fun fact: Jill lived in Atlanta when she was younger.

Catherine "Cat" Charleston, 2L, UCLA School of Law
Fun fact: Cat loves outdoor recreation. She finished her second trail marathon last summer and hopes to run the Italian Dolomites next.
Taylor Courchaine, 2L, University of Colorado Law School 
Fun fact: Taylor played rugby in high school.

Hank Legan, 2L, University of Denver – Sturm College of Law
Fun fact: Hank finished 5th in the 2001 National Geography Bee and 1st in the 2001 International Geographic Olympiad. 
Kai Thompson, 2L, University of Chicago Law School 
Fun fact: Kai started out on skis when he was two, made the switch to a snowboard at 8—and never looked back.
Sy Charles, 1L, University of Denver – Sturm College of Law
Fun fact: Sy fences competitively in the disciplines Foil and Epee.

Mohammed Kredan, 1L, University of Chicago Law School 
Fun fact: Mohammed spent three years living and working in Saudi Arabia. 

Wheeler Trigg O’Donnell lawyers have taken more than 1,100 trials and arbitrations to verdict or award and 300 appeals to opinion all across the nation, with exceptional results for our clients. 

Established in 1998, WTO today numbers more than 110 trial lawyers and litigators. The firm represents sophisticated clients in high-stakes civil trials, appeals, and related litigation ranging from complex commercial to class actions to catastrophic torts.

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