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Judicial Clerkships

Many lawyers who have clerked for a judge describe their clerkship as one of the defining moments of their legal careers.

    A law clerk serves as a close advisor to a judge and is uniquely positioned to gain an inside perspective on how courts make decisions. Most clerks find that their experiences behind the bench and the ensuing relationships with their judge pave the way for a fulfilling legal career.

    A helpful guide to Judicial Clerkships is published by NALP. 

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