By Allan Lengel
WASHINGTON — Arthur Folsom, the Denver sole practitioner representing terrorist suspect Najibullah Zazi, is turning to the college set for help, the Wall Street Journal Law Blog reports.
Folsom, who has been criticized by some for being in over his head on this case, has placed an ad with the University of Denver Law School’s career development center for an “intern position for a current law student”, the Journal reported.
The “main responsibilities will be conducting research for a federal terrorism case.” The ad calls for “good research skills” and says experience on the federal level is preferred, the Journal reported.
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