Students in the Washington D.C. Summer Program stopped at the Eisenhower Executive Office Building on their way to meet with White House staff. The students, primarily 1Ls, are working in legal and policy positions in D.C. while taking classes co-taught by Professors Rudesill and Walker. The White House visit was coordinated by Eleanor Celeste ’16, an alumna of the program, who is currently a staff member in the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy. It included a visit with Avril Haines, the deputy national security adviser to the president and one of the most powerful people in Washington. Haines is a lawyer and the first woman to hold the position. Previously, she was the deputy CIA director, and she was highest-ranking woman in CIA history.