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April 14 – 19

Today, April 14th, first-year law students interested in a judicial clerkship will want to attend the informational session at 1:oo in the Courtroom, “Applying for Judicial Clerkships:  1L Version”.   The time to apply may be as early as the summer BEFORE your 2L year!  Come learn about applying from the faculty Clerkship Committee, Career Development,  Continue Reading »

November 11-15

This week at the Law School, students interested in judicial clerkships have an opportunity to attend “Life of a Lawyer” and meet David Franklin, ’12, a law clerk with the Honorable Roy Richter, Court of Appeals in the Eastern District of Missouri.  Mr. Franklin will chat about the law clerk experience, application process, and lifestyle of a law  Continue Reading »

April 3 – 5

Welcome back students!  Hope you had a lovely Spring Break.  This week at Mizzou Law, on Wednesday, April 3rd at 1:00 in the Courtroom, the Career Development Office will host another “The People’s Lawyer:  State Employer Panel”. Come hear about legal jobs with the State of Missouri. A panel consisting of legal counsel from various state  Continue Reading »

So You Think You Want to be a Judicial Clerk after Graduation?

If you are considering clerking, you likely already know some of the benefits of being a judicial clerk – it provides an amazing insight into the judicial process, you will develop a strong mentoring relationship with your judge, create a wonderful network of attorneys and other judges, and hone your research and writing skills. Clerking  Continue Reading »