BrownWinick is excited to announce our 2020 summer associates. The Summer Associate Program is designed to offer law students the benefit of working at a full-service law firm, while providing the personal attention more characteristic of a smaller firm. Summer associates are encouraged to undertake projects in a variety of BrownWinick’s practice areas.
Please join us in welcoming these four outstanding individuals to the firm!
A Des Moines native, Julie is a rising 3L at Drake University. After completing her undergrad at Drake, Julie spent a few years working at the Attorney General’s office before returning to Drake to pursue a law degree. Julie lives in West Des Moines with her husband and two children. When she has free time, Julie likes to spend time outdoors.
Austin is participating in BrownWinick’s summer associate program for the second year in a row. Austin is a rising 3L at Drake University, and also holds an industrial engineering degree from Iowa State University. Austin now lives in Ankeny with his wife and their dog. In his free time, Austin enjoys golfing, watching baseball and learning how things work.
Originally from West Des Moines, Camryn lived in Denver before moving to St. Louis for law school. She is currently a rising 2L at Washington University School of Law and also holds a B.A. in History and Media Studies (summa cum laude) from the University of Denver. Camryn enjoys running and hopes to run a half-marathon when she gets back to St. Louis.
Calvin is originally from near Columbia, Missouri and is currently a rising 2L at Washington University School of Law. Calvin is a 2018 graduate of Central College (B.A., summa cum laude, Biochemistry and Spanish). Calvin is an avid sports fan, closely following the Tottenham Hotspur (English Premier League), the St. Louis Cardinals and the St. Louis Blues. Calvin is the youngest of five siblings and currently has eight nieces and nephews. When he is not studying law, Calvin enjoys gardening/landscaping.
To learn more about BrownWinick’s summer associate program, click here.