CURRENT LEGAL INTERNS
Casey Pickell is a second year law student at the LSU Law Center. He is originally from Reidsville, North Carolina and graduated from Reidsville Senior High School in 2006. He attended Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina for undergraduate studies from 2006 to 2010 and graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science. While at Appalachian State, Casey did research into the political implications of carbon cap and trade legislation and water rights. He was also the captain of the ASU swim club, active in many campus organizations and worked at a local real estate law office. Before attending law school, Casey relocated to Louisiana and worked as a Paralegal at the New Orleans law firm of Jackson & McPherson LLC from 2010 until attending law school at LSU in August of 2012. Casey will graduate in May 2015 and hopes to practice in energy/environmental law and policy development.
Presently, Casey works for the Louisiana Sea Grant Law and Policy Program as well as a clerk for the Louisiana Third Circuit Court of Appeals. Casey also serves as the Treasurer of the Phi Alpha Delta legal fraternity at LSU Law Center and is a member of the Environmental Law Society and the Public Interest Law Society. In his spare time, Casey enjoys triathlons, biking, playing golf, and being outside as much as possible.