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Bismarck ND, USA
Posted Date
Jul 01, 15
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Law Clerk The candidate should have good academics grades. Serve as a law clerk to be legally authorized to work in the United States and expects the individual to successfully complete law school education, take a bar examination of the applicant’s choice before beginning the clerkship, and commit to completing a full one-year term from August 1, 2016, to July 31, 2017. Deadline: July 10, 2015.
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Government
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Saint Paul MN, USA
Posted Date
Jun 30, 15
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Judicial Law Clerk The Honorable Judge Edward Wilson The law clerk performs administrative, courtroom, and legal research/writing functions under the direct supervision of a district court judge. Assists in the day-to-day management of the Judge's office and maintains the Judge's daily schedule and responds to inquiries. Conducts legal research and prepares written reports, memoranda, orders, judgments and decrees. Prepares various documents related to judicial duties. At...
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Government
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Indianapolis IN, USA
Posted Date
Jun 25, 15
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Judicial Law Clerk The Honorable Judges Carr L. Darden Each judge of the Court of Appeals of Indiana employs up to three judicial law clerks; one is usually a senior law clerk with several years of experience. Clerks perform a variety of tasks, from conducting legal research to drafting memorandums, bench briefs, and case synopses. Court of Appeals clerkships are a rewarding way to participate in the life of the Court and to learn about and gain experience in appellate pr...
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Government
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Indianapolis IN, USA
Posted Date
Jun 25, 15
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Judicial Law Clerk The Honorable Judges James S. Kirsch Each judge of the Court of Appeals of Indiana employs up to three judicial law clerks; one is usually a senior law clerk with several years of experience. Clerks perform a variety of tasks, from conducting legal research to drafting memorandums, bench briefs, and case synopses. Court of Appeals clerkships are a rewarding way to participate in the life of the Court and to learn about and gain experience in appellate p...
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Government
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Location
Indianapolis IN, USA
Posted Date
Jun 25, 15
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Judicial Law Clerk The Honorable Judges Nancy H. Vaidik Each judge of the Court of Appeals of Indiana employs up to three judicial law clerks; one is usually a senior law clerk with several years of experience. Clerks perform a variety of tasks, from conducting legal research to drafting memorandums, bench briefs, and case synopses. Court of Appeals clerkships are a rewarding way to participate in the life of the Court and to learn about and gain experience in appellate p...
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Government
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Location
Indianapolis IN, USA
Posted Date
Jun 25, 15
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Judicial Law Clerk The Honorable Judges Ezra H. Friedlander Each judge of the Court of Appeals of Indiana employs up to three judicial law clerks; one is usually a senior law clerk with several years of experience. Clerks perform a variety of tasks, from conducting legal research to drafting memorandums, bench briefs, and case synopses. Court of Appeals clerkships are a rewarding way to participate in the life of the Court and to learn about and gain experience in appella...
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Government
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Location
Indianapolis IN, USA
Posted Date
Jun 25, 15
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Judicial Law Clerk The Honorable Judges Margret G. Robb Each judge of the Court of Appeals of Indiana employs up to three judicial law clerks; one is usually a senior law clerk with several years of experience. Clerks perform a variety of tasks, from conducting legal research to drafting memorandums, bench briefs, and case synopses. Court of Appeals clerkships are a rewarding way to participate in the life of the Court and to learn about and gain experience in appellate p...
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Government
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Location
Indianapolis IN, USA
Posted Date
Jun 25, 15
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Judicial Law Clerk The Honorable Judges Terry A. Crone Each judge of the Court of Appeals of Indiana employs up to three judicial law clerks; one is usually a senior law clerk with several years of experience. Clerks perform a variety of tasks, from conducting legal research to drafting memorandums, bench briefs, and case synopses. Court of Appeals clerkships are a rewarding way to participate in the life of the Court and to learn about and gain experience in appellate pr...
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Government
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Location
Indianapolis IN, USA
Posted Date
Jun 25, 15
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Judicial Law Clerk The Honorable Judges Melissa S. May Each judge of the Court of Appeals of Indiana employs up to three judicial law clerks; one is usually a senior law clerk with several years of experience. Clerks perform a variety of tasks, from conducting legal research to drafting memorandums, bench briefs, and case synopses. Court of Appeals clerkships are a rewarding way to participate in the life of the Court and to learn about and gain experience in appellate pr...
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Government
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Location
Indianapolis IN, USA
Posted Date
Jun 25, 15
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Judicial Law Clerk The Honorable Judges Edward W. Najam, Junior Each judge of the Court of Appeals of Indiana employs up to three judicial law clerks; one is usually a senior law clerk with several years of experience. Clerks perform a variety of tasks, from conducting legal research to drafting memorandums, bench briefs, and case synopses. Court of Appeals clerkships are a rewarding way to participate in the life of the Court and to learn about and gain experience in app...
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Working in Chambers: Judicial Clerkships Provide a Unique Career Experience

For law students and new attorneys, judicial clerkships are exciting and highly coveted positions with plenty of responsibilities and rewards alike. ''A judicial clerk is someone who acts as the judge's assistant at every stage of the proceeding,'' explained Debra Strauss, attorney and former federal clerk for the Southern District of New York. She is also the author of Behind the Bench: The Guide to Judicial Clerkships and the mind behind www.judicialclerkships.com. ''The experience is very close and personal and also varied.''


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