UNITED STATES INTERNATIONAL TRADE COMMISSION
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20436
June 29, 1984
Mr. Michael P. Mabile, Esq.
Assistant General Counsel
U.S. International Trade Commission
Dear Mr. Mabile:
As you are aware, today marks the end of my internship with the Commission. I wish to thank you for providing the opportunity to serve as a legal intern at the office of the General Counsel. I have found the work experience challenging, enjoyable, at times exasperating, but always interesting. The internship has been a useful adjunct to my LL.M. degree program.
The supervision provided by all the attorneys with whom I have worked proved valuable to my internship experience. I offer special commendation and thanks to Jack Simmons whose consistent willingness to work with me individually together with his useful guidance and advice was singularly beneficial.
Finally, I would hope that I might say, in General MacArthur's words, "I shall return." However, whether this quotation is at all appropriate rests to a large extent in your hands. For my part, allow me to say that I look forward with great eagerness to the possibility of returning to the Commission as an employee.
Highest personal regards and wishes for your continued success at the Commission.