Dunn Carney is excited to welcome three talented summer associates to the firm. This year’s class includes students from Lewis & Clark Law School and Willamette Law. This year’s class includes:
Aisha Ahmad, Rising 2L, Lewis & Clark
Aisha is a rising 2L student at Lewis & Clark Law School, where she is an MBA Fellow, and is actively involved with the South Asian Law Student Association and the Oregon Filipino American Lawyers Association. Before law school, Aisha received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Parsons School of Design, and a Master of Fine Arts in Writing from the University of San Francisco in 2012. Aisha previously worked as a copywriter and marketing assistant, and is an independent film and contemporary art enthusiast.
Olivia Courogen, Rising 3L, Willamette
Olivia is a rising 3L at Willamette University College of Law, where she is a Presidential Scholar. Before law school, she attended University of Oregon and worked as a legal practice assistant. She has completed judicial externships with both the Oregon Tax Court and Oregon Supreme Court. In the fall, Olivia will be an intern with the U.S. Department of Justice in the Office of Foreign Litigation. At Willamette, she is a Research Assistant and Business Lawyering Institute Fellow. Olivia is also Editor-in-Chief of Willamette Law Review. In her free time, she enjoys trail running, backpacking, and skiing.
Shelby Long, Rising 3L, Lewis & Clark
Shelby is a rising 3L at Lewis & Clark. Shelby has spent several years working in the legal field, both in private practice as a legal assistant, and in the public sector as a clerk for the Washington Department of Justice’s Immigration Court. Shelby has externed for the Oregon Court of Appeals, and has another externship this fall with U.S. District Court Judge Acosta. At Lewis & Clark Shelby is involved with the Western Resources Legal Center Law Clinic, Outlaw (an LGBTQ+ student group), and is a member of OLIO (the OSB’s diversity program). In her free time Shelby enjoys playing soccer, cycling and ceramics.