Search using our robust engine. Get the recommendations you need to get ahead.
Browse through our expansive list of legal practice areas.
Work where you are or where you would like to be. Find where you will work with LawCrossing.
Use our marketplace to feature your opportunity
Start your search today
Set up your account and manage your company profile on LawCrossing
Look through and compare company profiles
Learn from the legal expert
Discover salaries and the scope of your next job
LawCrossing Works Read Testimonials and Share your Story
Patron Tequila, Guns & Roses and Seeing and Doing What Others Do Not
Save your search progress and never miss an update
Career Law Clerk
Duties: Assists a Supreme Court justice or Court of Appeals judge with case specific duties such as analyzing and researching cases in the preparation of memoranda, reports, briefs, letters, legal opinions, and similar documents. Assistance is provided in reviewing final opinions for accuracy, citation, format, grammar, and punctuation. Assistance with supervision and training of law clerk interns or interns as needed. Daily communication with judges, other
Duties: Prepares bench briefs on upcoming cases. Reviews the complete record in assigned cases. Researches the law germane to the appeals under submission. Prepares legal memoranda, synthesizing factual analysis and legal research. Performs other tasks as directed by the justice or judge.
Law Clerk 2023-2024
The Honorable Judge Anthony M. Massi
Supreme Court law clerks work with justices on complex cases involving difficult issues of law. Appellate Division law clerks conduct research, analyze legal data, prepare legal memoranda, process emergent motion applications, and proofread published opinions. Law clerks for assignment judges learn all aspects of court administration and assist with processing emergent motions. Trial court law clerks gain practical ex