We are writing to update the Class of 2021 regarding postgraduate judicial clerkship applications. The Colorado Supreme Court and Colorado Court of Appeals generally accept judicial clerkship applications during this time of year. Traditionally, paper applications have been submitted to the judges and justices through the US Mail. Due to the temporary closure of the law school building, the Faculty Support are not able to print and mail, letters of recommendation. We are in the process of communicating with the Courts to determine how to advise students to apply for these judicial clerkships. We will be regularly posting updates on our Denver Law Career Connection blog, as we obtain information, https://lawcareerblog.law.du.edu
Additionally, Justice David Thomson from the New Mexico Supreme Court (a DU Law alum) will 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.
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 email@example.com. Our Judicial Clerkship team is comprised of Andrea Montague, firstname.lastname@example.org; Judy Stein, email@example.com; Eric Bono firstname.lastname@example.org and Elise Logemann, email@example.com
Andrea Montague, Judy Stein, Eric Bono and Elise Logemann
CDO Judicial Clerkship Team