Kinney & Lange would like to introduce our 2021 summer interns. Our 2021 class of interns joined us on June 1st
Kumayl Lakha is a returning intern, having served as a Kinney intern last year. Kumayl is currently a law student at the University of St. Thomas School of Law and is expected to graduate in June 2022. Kumayl has a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Minnesota. He previously worked as a software support intern at Squigl and as a software engineer at Medtronic. During his undergrad years, Kumayl also worked as a bioheat lab assistant at the U of M where he tested the properties of different nanoparticles on artery heating.
Ryan Meger is currently a law student at the University of Iowa College of Law and is expected to graduate in May 2022. Ryan has a Bachelor of Arts in Applied Physics from Saint John’s University. He previously worked as an intellectual property law intern at 3M and as a judicial intern for the Honorable Sara L. Darrow. Ryan also has experience working as an engineering intern for Keytronic where he designed, built, and programmed an automated optical inspection system for pin-through-hole electronic components.
Benjamin Williams is currently a law student at the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law and is expected to graduate in May 2022. Ben has a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from Iowa State University. He previously worked as a systems and process automation engineering intern at Empirical Foods where he programmed ladder logic to control motors, pumps, valves, and variable frequency drives. Ben also completed an improvement engineering co-op and a production engineering co-op at the Dow Chemical Company.
Erik Janss is currently a law student at Drake University Law School and is expected to graduate in May 2023. Erik has a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from La Salle University. He has experience working as a research analyst intern at Monument Economics Group where he developed reports on technical aspects of financial markets. Erik is also a representative for the Division One Student-Athlete Advisory Committee of the NCAA.
Hibah Lateef is currently a law student at the University of Iowa College of Law and is expected to graduate in May 2023. Hibah has a Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering from the University of Texas at Dallas. She previously worked as an intern with Texas Instruments where she analyzed prototype projects from engineering and marketing perspectives. She has also worked as a legal intern with Barbieri Law Firm.
Kinney is pleased to have such interns who bring diverse technical expertise to our firm. Please join us in welcoming them!
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