Through it all, Covett was able to develop the concepts she learned on our North Haven Campus — including writing responses to proposed IRS policy.
“One of my classes in the spring at Quinnipiac Law was administrative law — and this project directly related to that topic," she said
Covett is optimistic that the skills she developed working with clients and administrative agencies as well as learning how to most effectively navigate financial documents, terms and accounting procedures will prepare her well for her future.
“The motivating force behind my decision to attend law school was to help people,” she said. “As a lawyer, I will have the ability to try and correct the inequality that places certain people at a disadvantage from day one. Playing a part in this kind of social justice is something that I think we must all try to do as graduates of Quinnipiac Law.”