Judicial Clerkship Interviews: What You Need to Know

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Ring, Ring, Ring…

If all goes well, one morning your phone will start ringing with judges who would like to meet you.

Plan Ahead to Optimize Your Results

While receiving calls is certainly exciting, it can also be stressful, especially if you’ve applied in more than one geographic area.

Advance planning, and thinking seriously about your preferences beforehand, can make your scheduling decisions much easier.

If you’ve applied for something other than a federal clerkship, you probably won’t get a ton of calls all at once, but the general problem of scheduling to maximize the chance of getting the job you want remains.

Don’t Forget That You’re Paying For Travel

Keep in mind that you’re going to have to plan and pay for travel to your interviews, so you need a game plan to get from point A to point B with minimal hassle and expense.

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