Title
ABA Journal
By
MAHERK
Description
ABA Journal August 2002, Page 56 Ethics HIRE STANDARDS Firms Must Proceed Carefully when Employing a Judge's Former Law Clerk Kathleen Maher Copyright © 2002 by American Bar Association; Kathleen Maher JUDICIAL LAW CLERKS HOLD A UNIQUE POSITION with the judges for whom they work. Beyond performing clerical and administrative tasks, law clerks may do research; aid in drafting memoranda, orders and opinions; and serve as a judge's sounding board. As a result, according to one decision, a clerk is...

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