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Judicial Clerkship Program keeps diversity flowing through legal pipeline

Judicial Clerkship Program keeps diversity flowing through legal pipeline

By John Glynn

Sixty law students from around the country participate in the 14th Annual Judicial Clerkship Program Feb. 6-8 during the 2014 ABA Midyear Meeting in Chicago.  

The program -- jointly sponsored by the ABA Council for Racial and Ethnic Diversity in the Educational Pipeline and the ABA Judicial Division -- brings together judges and minority law students through "structured networking" within small groups that allow the students to strengthen their analytical, legal reserach and writing skills. The program gives students a rare first-hand opportunity to learn the judicial decision-making process.

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