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Is a Federal Judicial Clerkship Right for Me?

March 27, 2012

Tags: CDO, 2013

Five Post-Graduate Federal Judicial Clerkship Facts:

  1. Federal judges start hiring for post-graduate positions in the summer before a student's third year.
  2. Letters of recommendation for federal judicial clerkship applications are processed through the Career Development Office.
  3. Most federal judicial clerkship opportunities are posted through a website called, "OSCAR" (Online System for Clerkship Application and Review)
  4. Post-graduate federal judicial clerkships generally have either one- or two-year terms.
  5. Common judge interview question: "Who is your favorite Supreme Court justice and why?"

How do I find out more about post-graduate federal judicial clerkship opportunities?

Attend the CDO Federal Judicial Clerkship Workshop!

Where: Classroom A
When: Tuesday, April 3, 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m.
How: Please RSVP on MCO by Monday, April 2.