Justice David Thomson from the New Mexico Supreme Court (a DU Law alum) will likely be conducting interviews (probably through Zoom or Skype) in late April or early May for a 2021-2022 judicial law clerk. For more information, see CDO Post, #21498, Given that we are all adjusting to learning and working remotely, the Deadline has been extended until Weds, April 15, 2020.
A DU Law 2019 grad has been working as Justice Thomson’s Judicial Law Clerk, and sent us the following quote:
“After graduating from DU Law last May and sitting for the Colorado Bar Exam, I moved to Santa Fe, NM for a clerkship with Justice Thomson on the New Mexico Supreme Court. My experience has exceeded all of my expectations. Not only have I been able to improve my writing, research, and analytical skills, I’ve had the privilege of doing so in a positive and supportive environment. I could not have imagined a better start to my legal career. I couldn’t recommend it enough!”
We encourage you to request an appointment, just log in to your Symplicity account and click on the ‘Request a Counseling Appointment’ button in the upper right corner. Or, you can email our front desk at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our Judicial Clerkship team is comprised of Andrea Montague, email@example.com; Judy Stein, firstname.lastname@example.org; Eric Bono email@example.com and Elise Logemann, firstname.lastname@example.org