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Lucky 36: What It Takes to Land a Supreme Court Clerkship

Oct 1, 2012, 08:29 am CDT


Both of the interviewees used “gonna” repeatedly.  Is that a good example for law students to use during their job or clerkship interviews?

By Andy Patterson on 2012 10 05, 11:02 am CDT

@ Andy Patterson:  When you are a former Supreme Court clerk you can use “gonna” as many times as you please.

By George on 2012 10 05, 1:23 pm CDT

Unless you are planning on an appellate practice career in the Federal courts, or becoming a tenured law professor, a SCOTUS clerkship is ... a SCOTUS clerkship.

By VERITAS on 2012 10 05, 2:20 pm CDT

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