Judicial Clerkship

A judicial clerkship is one of the most helpful and prestigious ways to launch your legal career.  Keep up to date on valuable programs, application information, and tips for obtaining a judicial clerkship position after law school

 

Writing Sample Workshop Conducted By Professor Robert Anderson

Need help deciding which writing sample to use for externship and job applications? Professor Robert Anderson will lead this workshop to help you develop strong and effective writing samples to use in your search for jobs, externships and judicial clerkships. …

By Colleen Scarola
Colleen Scarola Career Consultant
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What is a Judicial Clerkship?

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 …

By Judy Stein
Judy Stein Career Consultant
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Interview Tip: Tell Me About Yourself

One of the most common interview questions is “Tell me about yourself.”  This question gives you a great opportunity to show an employer why you’re a great fit for their needs.  This article, from Gig.com shows what employers are trying …

By Eric Bono
Eric Bono Assistant Dean for Career Opportunities
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