What is a Judicial Clerkship?

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A judicial clerkship is a paid one year or two year postgraduate position working for a judge in the state or federal courts.  It is a prestigious experience that is valued both by public sector and private sector employers.  Judicial Law Clerks develop strong research and writing skills and generally develop lifelong relationships with the judge.

Although clerkships may be selective, we encourage any interested student to consider applying.

CDO Judicial Clerkship  Team:

Andrea Montague, Judy Stein and Eric Bono
https://www.law.du.edu/index.php/career-development-and-opportunities/our-staff

Please contact the CDO to schedule an appointment with Andrea, Judy or Eric to discuss and explore Judicial Clerkship opportunities!

By Judy Stein
Judy Stein Career Consultant Judy Stein