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(3) There is a wealth of literature on the role and influence of the Supreme Court law clerk from an ideological perspective.
From 1995 to 1999, she was director of the Federal Judicial Center in Washington, D.C.<br />I had the great fortune to serve as Judge Zobel's law clerk from 2006 to 2007.
Bryce Hensley joined Romanucci & Blandin as a law clerk in 2015.
The modem Supreme Court differs in significant ways from the Court I knew more than sixty years ago as senior law clerk to Chief Justice Earl Warren during the 1957 Term.
In a statement the New Zealand Law Society said it was unable to confirm whether a complaint had been laid "related to the allegations of sexual misconduct towards students in a summer law clerk programme at Russell McVeagh".
This guide to judicial clerking outlines the purpose and function of a law clerk, the nature and structure of the judiciary, how to prepare to clerk, how to apply for and obtain a clerkship, and how to perform it.
Miss Lydia Whitfield, heiress to the family fortune, has her future entirely planned out and has tasked her young law clerk, Mr.
I considered (and still consider) myself fortunate to have begun my career as Judge Schermer's term law clerk for the year after I graduated from law school.
"We discovered it was our 50th anniversary largely by accident, when interviewing a law clerk applicant who asked how long the office had been around," says Matt Gehring, a legislative analyst and attorney in the department.
Prior to Town, she was a judicial law clerk in New Jersey Superior Court.
Klementowicz, an associate in the firm's litigation department, previously was a law clerk for the judges of the Rockingham County Superior Court in Brentwood.
Well into the 1970s, Brennan refused to hire a female law clerk. Brennan also did not have an African American clerk until he was in retirement.
In 1994 I interviewed her for a law clerk's position starting that fall.
It's the story of a recent Yale Law graduate, Audrey Coyne, and her efforts to become one of the elect--a law clerk at the U.S.
Ten years ago, the judiciary instituted the Federal Law Clerk Hiring Plan, (1) an employment system meant to regularize hiring in which most circuit and district court jurists voluntarily participated.