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And Yoo happens to know that particular judge very, very well--because his career began in 1992, when he won a clerkship with the jurist: U.
An unexpected outcome of this study was the fact that 95% of the students anonymously rated the feedback process in CHC as above average to outstanding, more effective than other clerkships.
The changing nature of internal medicine clerkships also may be influencing student career decisions.
This way, instead of filling out a paper form that had to be manually tallied, students could evaluate courses and clerkships by responding to a series of online questions.
And, we have seriously failed to make the clerkship experience exciting and as tough and demanding as the other clerkships.
Bell pulls the covers from generic legal/academic humbuggery, revealing an antipathy to hiring talented teachers or distinguished practitioners whose backgrounds do not include "law review" at prestigious schools or equally prestigious clerkships.
The downward spiral accelerated the next year when Professor Kent Syverud, clerkship advisor at the University of Michigan Law School, wrote to all federal judges that the Michigan students, so as not to be beaten to the door by the competition, would be applying for clerkships in September of their second year of law school.
27) District court clerks were no more likely to teach constitutional law than professors without clerkships, and practice experiences outside of private law firms had no appreciable effect on teaching constitutional law.
In addition to permanent employees - including medical staff, administration, and allied health personnel - teaching hospitals traditionally sponsor third and fourth year medical student clerkships and electives, and medical residency programs.
It can service as a companion to lectures and syllabi in discipline-based curricula, as a primary source in integrated problem-solving curricula, or as a reference for advanced students in pathophysiology courses or clinical clerkships.
of California, San Francisco) compile 55 cases for individuals in surgery clerkships to help them to prepare for the shelf-exam.
Applicants can be interviewed for any hiring needs, whether it be entry-level positions, part-time research or writing positions, summer 2009 clerkships, or project-based legal work.