Over the years, G.S. Proctor & Associates has been fortunate to have the opportunity to work with talented young interns who join our team eager to learn and grow as they complete their education and embark on their careers.

Devon Goodwin is one of our newest interns, and we can’t wait to see where his career will ultimately take him. In the meantime, we’re excited to have him as an important member of our team this summer before he starts law school in the fall. 

We met Devon this year during the Maryland legislative session. Through his internship, he’ll have the opportunity to gain more experience in understanding the inner workings of government. Devon is passionate about justice and has laid out ambitious career plans to use his passion for the greater good.

Check out this quick Q&A to get to know him a little better …

Where are you from originally? 
I am originally from Camden, New Jersey.

How did you get connected with your internship at G.S. Proctor & Associates?
I completed my undergraduate career at Bowie State University, earning a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice with a concentration in social justice. I was the Legislative Director for Senator Joanne C. Benson during the Maryland 2022 legislative session. The role allowed me to meet the wonderful associates of G.S. Proctor & Associates. 

What interested you most about this position?
I was interested in an opportunity to work with G.S. Proctor & Associates to understand the perspective of lobbyists, especially lobbyists with high moral character and a great work ethic.

Are you still in school? If so, where and what are you studying?
I will return to school this fall as I am enrolled at the University of the District of Columbia’s David A. Clarke School of Law. I will study international comparative law, criminal law, and business law over my matriculation.

What are your primary professional goals for the future?
I plan to work at an embassy and positively impact the world. I will help people feel safe and secure and apply justice in many capacities. After my time at a few embassies, I plan to practice international business law. When my career winds down, I hope to return to my future alma mater and become a professor.