Program Offers Skills Training and Networking Opportunities for Minority Law Students

Volume 44 Issue 1

The annual ABA Judicial Clerkship Program will take place February 7-9, 2013 at the Midyear Meeting in Dallas. For a participation fee of $3,000, ABA-approved law schools can send up to six students to the program that includes panel discussions, a research and writing exercise, and informal social events to develop networking skills and opportunities. Co-sponsored by the ABA Council for Racial and Ethnic Diversity in the Educational Pipeline and the ABA Judicial Division, the program simulates the clerkship experience, exposes students to what judicial clerks do on a daily basis, broadens their career options, shows how to apply for a judicial clerkship, and demonstrates the benefits of clerking. Students also have the opportunity to be considered for the Business Law Section’s Diversity Clerkship Program and the Litigation Section’s Judicial Internship Opportunity Program.

For more information and to apply visit ABA Judicial Clerkship Program.


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