What is a Judicial Clerkship?
Typically following law school graduation, federal and state judicial clerkships are one to two-year terms with a judge. The clerk's duties generally include research and writing on legal issues pending before the judge, drafting legal opinions, case management assistance, and liaison between the judge and attorneys.
Judicial Clerkship Resources:
- Judicial Clerkship Application Procedures
- Online System for Clerkship Application and Judicial Review (OSCAR) - Federal
- State Court Directory
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- Applying for Clerkships with Federal Administrative Law Judges
- North Carolina Supreme Court Justices Hiring Information for Judicial Clerks
- North Carolina Court of Appeals Hiring Information for Judicial Clerks