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By Alexsander Souza

Student Name: Ashley Carrasquillo

Year: Junior

Major: Legal Studies/Paralegal

Career aspirations: Paralegal

Internship Company & Location (city/state): Evan Guthrie Law Firm in Charleston, SC (Remote)

Internship Department: N/A

Internship Semester: Spring 2023

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