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Students study with laptops and casebooks on a long wooden table in the Reading Room. Library stacks, chandeliers, and columns are visible in the background.
Credit: Brooks Kraft, 2013

Judicial clerkships are prestigious, post-graduate positions working for a judge or court. Law clerks conduct research, attend court proceedings, draft opinions, and gain a behind-the-scenes look at the decision-making process.

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Go to the Judicial Clerkships Website

Interested in Clerking?

Judicial Clerkships from HLS

Timeline for Clerkship Applications

Clerkship Application Process

For HLS Faculty and Assistants

Clerkship Information for HLS Faculty and Assistants