Summer 2019 Interns
JLongtin Law is excited to announce we will be having three wonderful interns this summer! Joining us are Wyatt Bloomingdale, William Dewey, and Alyssa Stevenson. Each bring difference experiences and strengths to the table, and we can’t wait to see what amazing things they will do in their time here.
Wyatt just finished his 2L year at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law. He spent the past year representing clients in DU’s Criminal Defense Clinic, and he is extremely passionate about mental health and criminal justice reform. Last summer, he interned for the Colorado Public Defender in Boulder.
Originally from Los Angeles, Wyatt obtained his undergraduate degree from the University of Southern California, where he majored in Comparative Literature and minored in Spanish. He spent a few years working in Hollywood, but then decided the mountains were calling. He moved to Salt Lake City, where he was a writer and producer of the evening news, so he could go snowboarding during the day. When he’s not staring out the window of law school class rooms, Wyatt is planning his next surf trip, looking for new outdoor excursions in Colorado, or listening to true-crime podcasts.
William was born in Denver and raised wild in the mountains of Conifer. He is a law student at the University of Denver, where he serves on the Crime and Safety task force for the University's Grand Challenges initiative.
Prior to law school, he wandered around the world and wrote books that not very many people read. He returned to Denver in 2013 and started working in affordable housing and homeless services for the Colorado Department of Local Affairs and Colorado Coalition for the Homeless. He is interested in exploring the effects of policy decisions, hoping to find ways to address the underlying issues that lead to individuals getting caught up in the criminal justice system.
He lives in Denver with a punk rock librarian and two small savage children.
Alyssa is a senior at CU Boulder majoring in Psychology and minoring in Business & Sociology. She is originally from San Diego, CA and comes from a family of five. One thing her family loves to do together is travel to new countries. Alyssa’s goal is to hit 100 one day — she is currently at nineteen. Her plan after graduating is to follow her aspiration to go to law school and work towards her JD degree and possibly even strive for a JD/MBA dual-degree.
After Alyssa’s first year at CU, she had the opportunity to work at the San Diego Public Defenders Office at the Multiple Conflict Office, where she was able to gain insight on the justice system for the defense side in our society. Due to Alyssa’s Psych educational background, she have a profound interest in mental health; with that, Alyssa am extremely excited to do what she can to aid the members of our community who need our assistance working with JLongtin Law and the members of the Colorado community.